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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Porcelli


2010-08-17
6:34 PM

The Bottom Bite is On - Last week we went offshore twice and once we went to the 27 curve and whacked some Amber Jack. Why the capital A, catch one and you will have a lot more respect for them. Trash fish to some but if you can cook, then they are good. After the AJ's work more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Daytona Beach


2010-08-15
2:16 PM

The Lagoon is on fire - Fish are feeding both on the moon and tide change. That is if you are in an aria that has tide moving the water. This week on the new moon the water came up a foot or so in the lagoon, = more playing field. I had Norbert Dean and his children (The more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-07-26
6:49 PM

Lagoon Fishing - For a past few months a lot of the other guides have been chasing trout on the edges of the flats anchoring up and using pigfish for bait. I have been fishing pigs periodically but for the most part I have been catching reds on the flats. While the more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-07-02
5:27 AM

Low water narrows the playing field - Trout is the game most anglers are fishing for now with pigfish and Gulp, my go to bait is the Gulp Jerkshad.. Work them on the bottom with a eighth ounce jig head when you are fishing in three feet or deeper. You can also work them on a float or cli more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-06-17
8:42 AM

The water is shaking from bait - There is more bait in the lagoon than I have ever seen. This is good in one way and bad in another. The redfish and trout are thick but just after the full moon the fishing slows because of the night feed. This past week Chris Everett and Mike Ande more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-05-23
1:03 PM

Low water narrows the playing field - Sorry I have not posted a report in a few but the weather has been so nice it has been hard to stay inside. I had Henry and Paul Schmidlin down for some hot inshore action. They caught many redfish in and out of the slot. The biggest they caught w more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-05-13
9:15 AM

Parting of the red sea - Sorry I have not posted a report in a few but the weather has been so nice it has been hard to stay inside. I had Henry and Paul Schmidlin down for some hot inshore action. They caught many redfish in and out of the slot. The biggest they caught w more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-04-13
12:37 AM

tails all over - Redfish have taken over the lagoon the past few weeks. The bait has moved in and the reds along with trout have come to the buffet. This week we tossed Gulp shrimp and Johnson silver minnow spoons at many fish and have been catching the snot out of more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2010-03-27
2:36 PM

Come to the lagoon - This week was a sure sign that spring is here. The weather was perfect except for a day of wind. It did not shut the fish down, it just made the casting a little more challenging. The reds and black drum have been tailing like crazy on the Mosquito more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Daytona Beach


2010-03-03
2:33 PM

Daytona Beach is crowded come to the pond. - The cold weather can go away any time now, it's no so much that it s so cold but the wind is howling outside. Yard work and this report are the only thing on my mind today (OK and a tournament). A few days ago it was nice and sunny with no wi more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon

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