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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Porcelli


2008-12-31
2:19 PM

Low water narrows the playing field - Happy New Year! Reds are in the grass as well as in the white sand holes. Toss your Gulp shrimp past your targeted sand hole and crank it into it. Let it fall and you should get tapped. If that is not your style, fish one of many schools of reds. more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-12-13
11:06 AM

What is Black and Red all over, The Lagoon - Reds are in the grass as well as the white sand holes. Toss your Gulp shrimp past your targeted sand hole and crank it into it. Let it fall and you should get tapped by pinheads or the reel deal. We took many reds this week with about eight of them more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-11-20
4:46 PM

Only an hour from Orlando Fl. - Just got back from Panama City fishing the IFA Redfish Championship. We finished sixth out of a hundred and twenty some odd teams. After a week of pre fishing I knew we were going to be in the middle of a front coming through and we had to catch fish more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-11-02
9:27 AM

Mosquito lagoon bait on the move - The mosquito Lagoon has given up its share of redfish this week. But the bigger trout have slowed a little. Not that we are not seeing them or getting bites (a few a day) just not as many. We took many trout this week but the majority of them have more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-10-17
1:59 PM

Low predicts bite - The reds in the Mosquito lagoon have been working the massive finger mullet schools on the flats. They have also been feeding through the nights bright moon making a morning bite tough with that low system bouncing back and forth, I think we finally more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-09-23
11:08 AM

Drum fish on the Mosquito Lagoon flats - The lagoon is holding some good numbers of redfish and black drum. Trout are still being caught on pigfish and Gulp Jerk shad bodies in new penny and cherry seed colors. I like using a combo clicker cork with a Gulp jerk shad or Gulp shrimp. Seem more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-09-04
11:26 PM

Bait and more bait - The Mosquito Lagoon and the river looks like a bait shop, finger mullet are everywhere. This week we fished the north end (AKA) the woods and caught many trout over the upper slot. Trout are on the drop offs and points ambushing mullet as they trave more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-08-23
9:59 AM

Reds moving up with high water - We have been getting pounded with rain and it should be gone for a few weeks. I actually saw the sun for the first time in three days today. The fresh water running into the Mosquito lagoon this week will change things moving fish around mostly the t more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-08-04
12:56 PM

Lagoon bait and more bait - The lagoon has been full of bait these days bringing patient fisherman success. I had Bill and Pat Griggs out this weekend and the fishing was hit and miss. Go to the right spot and you are nailing nice trout and fish the spot someone else just left more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon


2008-07-08
4:15 PM

Bait is stacked in the lagoon - Today Mike and Michael Anderson joining me in the Mosquito lagoon for a morning trip. The duo sight casted to eleven reds before most people made it to work. With Mike taunting friend Chris AKA (fish buddy) in Ga. all day with photos and text message more...
Capt. Joe Porcelli - Mosquito Lagoon

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