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Fishing Reports by Capt. Michael Savedow

11:20 AM

New Smyrna Beach Backcountry Daytona Mosquito Lagoon - Spring 2015 fishing patterns are in full swing here in East Central Florida, inshore saltwater migrating fish are passing through the Indian River on the intracoastal waterway area and backcountry of Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna Beach , and Edgewater. more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

4:59 PM

New Smyrna Daytona Beach Mosquito Lagoon - Winter fishing patterns finally came to East Central Florida by late December into February 2015 with water temperatures dropping to mid even lower 50's, crystal clear water on the flats of Mosquito Lagoon, beautiful dark green color in the deeper sp more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

1:05 PM

2015 NewSmyrna DaytonaBeach Inshore Backcountry Flats - New Year 2015 has brought an unusual warm winter fishing pattern for the last few weeks to Mosquito Lagoon Florida, water levels remain quite high for this time of year along with above average winter water temperatures in the mid 60's at this time. more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

10:12 AM

Early Winter Patterns Arrive To Backcountry And Flats - Early winter patterns have arrived to Mosquito Lagoon Florida with an early chilly spell in mid November dropping water temperatures into the upper 50's during the cold days, now hovering in the low 60's as air temps are nice and mild with highs some more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

10:51 AM

New Smyrna Daytona Beach Backcountry Redfish Seatrout - Water levels have returned to a lower normal after the flood levels of last month here on the flats of Mosquito Lagoon Florida. Redfish can again be found over the spotty bottom, grass edges, flats drop offs, and locations back to a normal water dept more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

9:30 AM

Oct 2014 MosquitoLagoon NewSmyrnaBeach Flats Backcountry - Autumn 2014 has arrived to East Central Florida, water temperature dipping into the upper 70's, some days with a north breeze bringing a little cooler mornings, many schools of fall migrating mullet passing through Mosquito Lagoon on their way south. more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Daytona Beach

11:46 AM

Daytona Beach Area, NewSmyrna Backcountry, Mosquito Lagoon Flats - Summer 2014 is winding down now in September, but the water is still warm, early fall fishing patterns will be coming soon, the annual baitfish migration starting with the first signs of scout mullet schools beginning to appear, to be followed by more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

7:31 AM

Great Summer Fishing, Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna, Daytona Beach - July 2014 has been one busy month with loads of charters and loads of fish, fishing has been great on both my flats fishing Redfish trips and Backcountry mixed bag trips here at Mosquito Lagoon Florida. We have had great sight fishing opportunities more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

8:41 PM

Summer 2014 Redfish Seatrout Backcountry Flats - June 2014 fishing has been great here on Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River Florida, I have been super busy with many inshore saltwater charter trips the last several weeks, summer pattern Redfishing has been great on the grass flats of The Lagoon, hug more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Daytona Beach

8:02 AM

New Smyrna Backcountry Daytona Beach Seatrout Redfish - Summer is almost here in East Central Florida, water temperatures up to 75', mullet bait schools returning from the south, Redfish scattering out over the grass flats of Mosquito Lagoon beginning the warm water pattern flats fishing which I will be p more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

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