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New Smyrna Beach Fishing Reports


2009-05-06
6:28 PM

May 09 - Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna, Ponce Inlet Backcountry - The spring bait run is fully underway on the coastal waters of Central Florida. I'm ready to leave behind the windy April we just had and welcome the warm wind-free days of May. Redfish are still providing the most consistent bite; right now is a gre more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2009-04-02
4:38 PM

April 09 - Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna, Ponce Inlet Backcountry - Citrus trees in full bloom, white butterflies in the air, and glass minnow and mullet are filling the area waters...April has arrived in Florida! We are just wrapping up a fully booked March and the fishing was pretty great. Trophy size redfish in th more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2009-04-02
7:01 AM

Water Levels Rising - The past few weeks we have had a change in weather patterns. Winds are shifting from their winter north directions to a south-southeast direction. Temps are coming up in the air as well with water temps rising too. Water levels have dramatically more...
Capt. Drew Cavanaugh - New Smyrna Beach


2009-03-02
12:45 PM

March 09 - Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna, Ponce Inlet Backcountry - It's March and despite some fairly good fishing, I'm quite happy to be leaving February behind. Winter struck hard in February, bringing very cold weather and gusty winds for much of the month. During the middle of the month we experienced a hard fre more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2009-02-01
2:46 PM

Feb 2009 - Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna, Ponce Inlet Backcountry - Moving right along into 2009 and the fishing is spectacular. Extreme low water levels, coupled with some of the coldest weather of the year, is yielding big schools of fish making for the continued great sightfishing. Catch numbers are outstanding, 1 more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2009-01-02
11:43 AM

January - Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna, Ponce Inlet Backcountry - Happy New Year to everyone and best wishes for a great 2009! Last month I commented how fantastic the fishing was...well it hasn't slowed down, in fact it only got better. It was a great way to close a busy year as I fished with charter clients from more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2008-12-07
6:10 AM

Tails, Tails and Even More Tails! - No, Not Tales, Fish Tails! That's right redfish are tailing every where on the Mosquito Lagoon. The reds are starting to bunch up in their winter styles and getting out early you can see these wonders of nature tailing in the shallows of the Mosquito more...
Capt. Drew Cavanaugh - New Smyrna Beach


2008-11-08
6:32 AM

Patience, Stealth & Distance - The past few days have proven to be exceptionally great days for getting out on the water to catch some fish. The weather patterns have been holding steady and the fish are beginning to show signs of winter patterns. Slowly I am seeing more and m more...
Capt. Drew Cavanaugh - New Smyrna Beach

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