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Mosquito Lagoon Report July 09

St. Marys River to Jupiter Inlet

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Mosquito Lagoon Report July 09

Postby Capt Shawn » Sat Jul 04, 2009 3:00 pm

The summer time heat is upon us, and so are the rains that we have been looking for the past couple of years. The redfish and trout are now able to feed in areas that they can't normally feed in because of the low water in the summer time. And feeding they are early in the morning in some super shallow water. On most days you can find them with their backs out of the water crawling on shallow water flat's to find shrimp and small crabs that they crave.

On another note the snook and tarpon bite has been on fire with all of this rain! The tarpon around the Sebastian area has been unreal with anglers hooking on average 5-7 fish in a short time. These fish range from 5-40 pounds And they are stacked up like cord wood insides the rivers waiting for the food to be flushed out for easy picking. Snook season is closed, but we can still sight fish them in the mangroves. If you have never seen a snook blast a top water, you don't know what your missing. The month of June and July are by far my favorite month for fishing redfish on the shallow flats, the winds are light and sight fishing for them becomes real easy.

Capt Shawn
www.OrlandoSaltwaterFishingGuide.com
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