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Fishing Reports by Capt. Michael Savedow

10:24 PM

Fall Fishing Arrives Mosquito Lagoon and Edgewater Backcountry - October 2013 feels great with cooler mornings, nice clear water in the Intracoastal Waterway, and clearing water on the flats of Mosquito Lagoon. Time again for sight fishing Redfish as the water clears. Very high water calls for sight fishing tight more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

8:38 AM

Fall Fishing Arriving MosquitoLagoon NewSmyrna Daytona Orlando - Autumn is getting close as mid September 2013 is here, water temps down a little bit, and starting to clear on the grass flats of Mosquito Lagoon. The mullet run is beginning with schools of finger mullet swimming south down the Indian River channel more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Orlando

9:52 AM

Redfish Seatrout Flats NewSmyrnaBch Daytona Orlando - Summer 2013 continues to provide great fishing on Mosquito Lagoon Florida. Water levels still remain low, keeping our fish location pattern the same through now being mid August. Redfish have been my main target species, catching from half dozen to a more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

4:59 PM

July 2013 Redfish DaytonaBeach NewSmyrna Orlando - The water levels have been extremely low this July 2013 here on Mosquito Lagoon Florida, this is the time when you can best learn to navigate the shallow lagoon area. The channels and sloughs are the only runways deep enough for most boats to travel. more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

10:13 AM

Redfish Hunting NewSmyrna DaytonaBeach - Redfish have been our main target on Mosquito Lagoon Florida so far this early summer of 2013, early morning trips before the heat and afternoon rain showers. I have had many families out on trips the last couple weeks. Jeff from Georgia brought his more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

7:59 AM

Summer patterns have arrived on Mosquito Lagoon - June 2013 is here, school is out for the kids, the busy summer vacation and charter fishing season has arrived here at Daytona Beach, New Smyrna, and Orlando Florida. We will be out often the next few months chasing fish on Mosquito Lagoon. Redfish a more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach

9:19 AM

DaytonaBeach NewSmyrna Flats & Backcountry - Summer 2013 is knocking on the door, water temperatures on the rise, subtropical baitfish and birds such as the beautiful pink Rosette Spoonbill have come back from the south. Big schools of mullet have returned to the flats of Mosquito Lagoon Florid more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

9:44 AM

April 2013 Backcountry Saltwater Mosquito Lagoon - After a very mild mid winter, March arrived with chilly winter conditions in east central Florida, dropping water temps back into the upper 50's for much of the month. Spring time is great for backcountry mixed bag fishing, returning from south Flor more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Daytona Beach

1:49 PM

Early Spring Redfish/Daytona Beach Orlando - We are having an early Spring 2013 here on Mosquito Lagoon Florida. February's water temperatures have been mostly in the mid to upper 60's, with a few colder days mixed in. Spring things happening early include Manatee sightings, and Jack Crevalle more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

9:01 PM

Warm Winter Redfish near NewSmyrnaBch/Daytona/Orlando - Winter 2013 has so far been mostly mild to warm with a few chilly days mixed in here on Mosquito Lagoon in East Central Florida. Water temps have ranged from mid to upper 50's to the mid 60's F, in some ways more of an early spring fishing pattern du more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

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