Quick Cast:
 Area Reports
 Find-a-Guide
 Forums
 Tides

Departments:
 Articles
 Books
 Clubs & Orgs.
 Fishing Reports
 Feedback
 Forums
 Fly Fishing
 Guides & Charters
 Links
 Photo Gallery
 Reef Locator
 Regulations
 Software
 Survey
 Tournaments
 Travel
 Weather
 Home

Administration:
 About Us
 Advertising
 Contact
 Privacy
 Terms of Use
 Web Development

Vernal Equinox Orlando Saltwater Fishing Report

Capt. John Kumiski
March 20, 2015
Orlando - Saltwater Fishing Report

Equinox Saltwater Orlando Fishing Report

Pagans everywhere! Celebrate the Equinox!!!

For disturbing news you won't get on TV (like we need any more disturbing news), this summer's algae bloom is already in full swing in the Indian River Lagoon system around Titusville. Two reports came in that it's bad from Max Brewer Causeway south past NASA Causeway. On Sunday's On-the-Water Show and Tell I circled Mosquito Lagoon twice. Water that was crystal clear last week is muddy brown now. The south end is just plain brown. This is not a good harbinger for summer fishing, or future fishing for that matter, in the lagoons. I hope to check the Banana River Lagoon this week coming.

Speaking of the show and tell, I got a little feedback-
-"I enjoyed them both very much and I think I learned a great deal."
-"Thanks for the seminar, John. It was informative and enjoyable. I had been wanting to go on one for years." The next is in October. Save the date!

Casey Borgers, who I fished last week, made a short GoPro video of our trip. It made me laugh! www.youtube.com/watch" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVFu4LkXMJo

Fishing report, oh yes! Sunday, no fishing, the show and tell happened.

Monday I fished the brothers Gardner, Kevin and Joe, from Tallahassee, Florida. We went out of the Port with hopes of finding and catching tripletail and cobia. We ran south almost to Patrick AFB and then idled north a couple miles past Cape Canaveral. We did not see any fish other than a few hand-sized tripletail- not at all what we had in mind.
They had to drive back to Tallahassee, so we started heading back around 2:30. On the way back we ran into a large school of large black drum, hooked a half-dozen, and boated two. Not what we expected but I never look a gift horse in the mouth while fishing.

Toosday I had a doctor appointment. Afterwards I met Michael Parks and his son Landon, from Atlanta. We used paddle vessels to go fishing on the Indian River Lagoon. We found a few tailing fish and Landon hooked and caught a very nice one. one of two reds he got.
Wednesday Michael and Landon joined me again. This time we used the Mitzi and fished in Mosquito Lagoon. The water looks bad. Lots of Rhodophyta floating around and covering the bottem. We saw five redfish, no dice as far as catching them goes. They did get a few trout on the DOA Deadly Combo, though. They had to drive back to Atlanta so we were off the water at 3 PM.

Thursday and Friday I got ready for the celebration of the equinox. Maybe I'm part Druid...

And that is this week's Equinox Saltwater Orlando Fishing Report from Spotted Tail.

Life is great and I love my work!
 
Life is short- Go Fishing!

John Kumiski
www.spottedtail.com
www.spottedtail.com/blog
www.johnkumiski.com
www.rentafishingbuddy.com
www.smashwords.com/profile/view/jkumiski" target="_blank">https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/jkumiski 

All content in this blog, including writing and photos, copyright John Kumiski 2015. All rights are reserved.

More Fishing Reports:

 

Enjoy thrilling Orlando fishing! Experience tarpon fishing, redfish fishing, seatrout, snook, and more. Sight fishing and fly fishing on Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, and Banana River are specialties. Over 20 years experience. Fish by skiff, canoe, or kayak. Book your trip now!

Contact Info:

Spotted Tail Charter Service
284 Clearview Rd.
Chuluota, FL 32766
Phone: 407.977.5207
Email the Captain
Visit his Web Site
Display Find-a-Guide Listing


Copyright © 1997-2017, CyberAngler - All Rights Reserved
Privacy Policy :: Terms of Use
For Questions and comments please use our Feedback Form
Back to the Top