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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Porcelli


2009-07-18
10:49 AM

Bait is stacked in the lagoon - 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


2009-07-04
6:59 AM

Pigs in the Lagoon - Trout action is in full swing with pigfish at the perfect size for bait. Knowing how to work a pigfish is important. I have watched two anglers side by side working pigs with one getting bites and the other is watching. Fishing is not luck all th more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-06-27
11:53 AM

Red Hot in the Lagoon - The Mosquito Lagoon is on fire these days. Trout action is in full swing with pigfish at the perfect size for bait. Knowing how to work a pigfish is important. I have watched two anglers side by side working pigs with one getting bites and the oth more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-06-14
8:01 AM

Calling all trout - . Trout is the game most anglers are fishing for now with pigfish and Gulp, my go to bait is the chartreuse Jerk Shad . Work them on the bottom with a eighth ounce jig head when you are fishing in three feet or deeper. You will also catch some blue more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-05-21
5:32 PM

Rain Rain go away - Rain Rain go away! Most of our reds have been falling for the shrimp we have been offering. Now that the pin and pigfish are growing into piranhas we are using more Berkley Gulp Shrimp. We have been seeing some big trout on the flats for the past fe more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-05-02
1:33 PM

World Record black drum and more - So many fish so little time on the central Florida East Coast. We have been splitting our time fishing the cobia on the rays and the Mosquito lagoon. The weather predicts when you can get outside but if it is nice and the rays with cobia are thick it more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-04-11
5:02 PM

World Record drum and slob reds - The Mosquito Lagoon water level has come back up for the spring transition and the fish have spread out a little. We took redfish, trout, tripletail, ladyfish, bluefish, jacks and black drum this week. When things got tough one day this week on the f more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-03-14
5:09 PM

Awesome Lagoon Fishing - The snowboarding was awesome in WV but it is so nice to come home to the warmth. The Lagoon fishing has been very good to us with big reds and numbers of slot fish. We literally dropper baits 12 feet away from our bow as we toyed with the slobs that more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-02-19
9:27 AM

Lagoon still full of fish - We took many reds on every trip this week with many over the slot. The reds have been happy on the flats with waving tails on the major feeds. They were bunched up tight last week and then the water warmed up a tad and spread the field a little. The more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2009-01-30
12:30 AM

Take the long way home - Fishing is the same as the last report, we are still spanking them! (I have heard some nightmares from other guides running aground this week...wonder what that feels like? I don't want to know. The water level is down 1.5 feet. This is where my more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon

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