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Fishing Reports by Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon


2011-04-10
7:00 AM

April '11 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Ponce Inlet Area - Only a few weeks away from the Easter holiday and it looks like everything will be early this spring and early summer. Baitfish have flooded the coastal waters in the region, water temperatures are solidly in the 70-80 degree range, and bigger tarpon more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2011-02-10
8:47 PM

Feb 2011 - Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River Lagoon - Things are heating up in February...literally. January fishing was fantastic and many capitalized as I nearly had a full booked month. I also had a nice write up featuring me and out winter fishery appear last month in the Miami Herald; you can read more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2011-01-04
7:08 AM

January 2011 - Ponce Inlet, Indian River, Mosquito Lagoon - Happy New Year to everyone and welcome to a new decade! I'm eagerly looking forward to 2011 and continuing great fishing success in guiding, tournaments, and personal time on the water. While others have closed up business in a down economy, I've bee more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-12-05
6:47 AM

December 2010 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Ponce Inlet Area - Winter is certainly making it's presence known in Central Florida as we start December, the first week has been full of overnight low's in the 30's and daytime highs in the 50's. The beautiful thing about fishing in Florida is it doesn't matter; ther more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-11-07
7:14 AM

Nov '10 - Mosquito Lagoon, Ponce Inlet Area, Indian River - Fall is here, but you would barely notice by the weather. It was a very warm and very dry October. Having said that, by the end of this first week of November we are forecasted to see a series our first 45 degree mornings. The fall bait run got start more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-10-17
8:03 AM

October '10 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Ponce Inlet Area - I thought it would never get here after the very hot summer, but the first cool mornings have arrived in Florida. Water temperatures have dipped into the mid 70's and the mullet have begun moving out of the Lagoon's and towards the nearshore waters. more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-09-12
8:52 AM

September '10 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Ponce Inlet Area - With the onset of September, fall is nearly here. The beginnings of the annual fall bait run are starting to take place locally with daily schools of mullet moving south down the coast and the inshore waters are teaming with finger mullet and hatches more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-08-11
8:00 PM

August 2010 - Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna & Ponce Inlet Area - The dog days of August are upon us. While the temperatures are red hot, it hasn't slowed the fishing much on the coastal waters around Central Florida. Generally the heat affects fisherman more than it does fish. Redfish dominated the action over the more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-07-02
5:13 AM

July '10 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Ponce Inlet Area - July...it's the same story every year, wondering how half the year passed us by and only half remains. June 2010 will be a month to remember, the fishing was amazing from start to finish. Redfish, tarpon, and speckled trout all were biting extremely more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach


2010-06-11
6:47 PM

June '10 - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, New Smyrna Backwaters - Entering into June and it won't be long till half the year has already passed us by. A little late, but better then never, we're entering the peak of the spring bait run . Millions of mullet and menhaden (aka pogy's) are moving up the coastline and f more...
Capt. Nathaniel Lemmon - New Smyrna Beach

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