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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Porcelli


2011-06-03
2:41 PM

Hot Lagoon Action - For the most part we should be on a steady pattern through the summer in the Mosquito Lagoon. The pigfish (bait) are getting about three weeks from being perfect size and the trout bite on them has been good. I don't use them as much as some but w more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2011-04-03
9:29 AM

Off the beach and Lagoon - I have been so busy it's been a while since my last report. Been busy catching fish, lots of fish. Mostly redfish, they are schooled up with fish chasing bait like schools of jacks. The finger mullet have been pouring on the flats and the reds an more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Daytona Beach


2011-02-26
10:10 PM

So many fish so little time - Tony with a nice red From Daytona Beach only 30 min. and from Orlando 1hr drive to some of the best flats fishing around. In the Mosquito lagoon the past few weeks the fishing has been phenomenal. We have been catching between 25 and 80 fish o more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2011-01-21
1:20 PM

Smiles from many in Central Fl. - This is the week I am usually snow boarding the slopes of WV but there are fish to be caught and faces to add smiles too. Well after the water got colder the fish moved deeper and so did we. Me and my Gulp that is. Bouncing Gulp baits on the botto more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-12-19
12:45 PM

Central Florida / IT'S ON - Now that winter is totally kicked in the fish have come out of their transition period and into winter mode. The water is cold and clear moving fish a little deeper. We have had a few cool mornings but the days have been very comfortable. For sever more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-11-28
10:51 AM

No turkey Just Fish! - Can you say Gulp! I knew you could, so get you some and catch fish like we do. Making believers with such a great product is not hard after a few nice fish in the box in a short time. Yeah, some days are a little slower than others but we are c more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-11-05
12:18 PM

Find Mullet = Redfish - Just a short drive from Daytona Beach and Orlando will bring you to some of the best flats fishing I have seen. Redfish waiting in the grass to have you drop a Gulp shrimp on their nose. They will eat it and strip seventy + feet of line fr more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-10-15
2:51 PM

Snapper , snapper and More snapper - Offshore has been rough most of last month and we only got out a few days. I had Danny and Gemma Whitely out for some great bottom fishing. The first fish was a huge lane snapper, then they caught vermilion snapper, triggerfish, tom tats, sea ba more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Daytona Beach


2010-10-01
1:45 PM

Weather has cooler the lagoon fishing is hot - Jim Miller, Jason and Mike came out for their annual fishing outing and caught fifteen reds. Most of them were over slot fish, and most were sight cast to. We even got to (dance with rods) on a couple of triple-headers we caught. The next couple more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-09-04
12:18 PM

Cool breeze hot fishing - Well we dodged a few bullets (hurricanes) here in central Fl. this past week. How that the wind is gone and the water has cleared up the bite is on as usual. Trout are still eating the pigs along with a variety of Gulp baits. I like to fish my G more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon

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