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October 2013 mosquito Lagoon and Ponce Inlets reports

Capt. Michael Mann
October 3, 2013
New Smyrna Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report

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We are already starting to get some cooler weather and the fish are chewing . We have the flood tides in the lagoon which has cleaned the flats up a lot and the sight casting for Red fish has been good to excellent eating live baits , flies and artificial baits . The trout bite has been great on top water and Pig fish and the tarpon and snook are feeding good at night . I will be doing night charters from now till it gets cold starting at 7pm till 11pm for $300 for 2ppl .
For the live bait fisherman the pig fishing should stay good for another month or two and for the artificial guys the next couple weeks it will only get better with the cooler temps and clean water the fish are chewing . This is an awesome time to be on the mosquito lagoon .

New Smyrna Beach Fishing Forecast:

The cooler weather and mullet run will continue to make the fishing better and better

Target Species:

Red Fish , Trout , Tarpon , Cobia , bonita , Kings and Spanish

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Fishing the flats and back countruy on Daytona beach to new smyrna beach and mosquito lagoon for Red fish , Trout ,Tarpon and black drum . Specializing in shallow water sight and fly fly fishing for reds in the mosquito lagoon

Contact Info:

Fat Fish Guide Service
2180 Burma Rd.
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
Phone: 386-295-5991
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