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Fishing Reports by Capt. John Kumiski


2000-04-20
12:00 AM

Indian River Lagoon & Banana River - Updated 4/20 Outstanding Catch Dept.- Our outstanding catch this week was an almost but not quite heartbreaker. After getting blanked last Friday, Bob Caprera hooked a giant redfish Saturday morning while using a weighted brown Seaducer. He fought t more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Titusville


2000-04-15
12:00 AM

Indian River Lagoon & Banana River - Outstanding Catch Dept.- On Tuesday fly fisher and outdoor photographer (on vacation) Larry Aiuppy of Livingston, MT got himself a 36 inch, 16 pound redfish on a black bunny booger. fishing in the Indian River. It was his first redfishing trip and h more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Titusville


2000-04-06
12:00 AM

Indian River Lagoon & Banana River - Week of 4/6 Outstanding Catch Dept.- This week we had some near outstanding catch heartbreaks. On Monday Cliff Coughlin of Plattsburg NY hooked a big red on fly. In a case of unparalleled originality, the fly line got caught around the handle o more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Titusville


2000-03-30
12:00 AM

Indian River Lagoon & Banana River - This week's report from Spotted Tail: During a slow week business-wise, I was able to spend some quality time with the family. Sunday afternoon we went canoeing down the Econlockahatchee River, starting at CR 419. The water was low and as clear more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Titusville


2000-03-23
12:00 AM

Indian River Lagoon & Banana River - Outstanding Catch Dept.- This week, very sadly, lacked any outstanding catches. See report below for the explanation. Fishing has taken a nosedive this week. Of course after last week's spectacular action it would be hard for it to maintain its more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Titusville


2000-03-16
12:00 AM

Indian River Lagoon & Banana River - Outstanding Catch Dept.- Fishing continues to be outstanding. Yesterday I fished Rusty Chinnis. We had been out all of 20 minutes when he cast to and hooked a 41 inch, 27 lb. redfish, his biggest ever. Since this fish was caught with a fly rod, it q more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Titusville


2000-03-09
12:00 AM

Indian River Lagoon & Banana River - Outstanding Catch Dept.- This was a week for big fish. Last week I got that 44 inch fish. Saturday 15 year old Matt Earle of Cocoa Beach got two big reds, one of 40 inches and the other of 43 inches, out of the Indian River. The kid was really a goo more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Titusville


2000-03-02
12:00 AM

Indian River Lagoon & Banana River - Outstanding Catch Dept.- This week's outstanding catch was all mine, just a few hours ago. My charter was a no-show this morning so I went out alone. I found a big school of huge redfish in shallow water, put on my boots, and abandoned ship. One cas more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Titusville


2000-02-24
12:00 AM

Indian River Lagoon & Banana River - Indian River Lagon Titusville Area, 2/24 Outstanding Catch Dept.- As far as size goes there were no outstanding catches made this week. Five pound plus trout are becoming run of the mill, and slot reds certainly are no big deal. Tom Schaeffer more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Titusville


2000-02-18
12:00 AM

Indian River Lagoon & Banana River - The water in the Indian River Lagoon continues to be low and clear, with excellent conditions for sight fishing. There have been loads of slot sized reds around, often in big schools with hundreds of individual fish. Big trout are sunning themselves more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Titusville

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