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New Smyrna Beach Fishing Reports


2019-06-23
12:29 PM

June 2019 New Smyrna Backcountry Mosquito Lagoon Daytona Orlando - Water temperature up to the 80's F as summer is in full swing, scattered fish is the warm water normal pattern with less schooling than in cooler water, however some areas will have more fish than others in locations and holes more favorable to the f more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach


2019-04-20
8:48 PM

April 2019 New Smyrna Mosquito Lagoon Backcountry Daytona Beach - March has been stubbornly cool by central Florida standards with spring cold fronts coming through each week keeping our water clear and cool, big schools of Jack Crevalle have started to arrive in our waters making for fun fast easy rod bending. One more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach


2019-04-02
4:17 PM

New Smyrna and Daytona Beach Offshore Fishing Report - With the water temperature still in the mod 60's fishing inside 20 mile is tough. Not much action on the troll. Only bite we were able to get was a couple kingfish. Bottom fishing however is still consistent. Due to the water still being cold the fis more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - New Smyrna Beach


2019-03-13
10:26 AM

March 2019 New Smyrna Daytona Beach Mosquito Lagoon - I'm hoping for an early spring here on the Indian River Backcountry and Mosquito Lagoon at New Smyrna Beach, water temperatures still chilly around 60' F but warm daytime temps up to 80' as of now in late winter 2019 should raise the water temps soon more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach


2018-12-18
8:28 AM

Dec 2018 New Smyrna Backcountry Mosquito Lagoon Daytona Area - Enjoying the start of winter now December 2018, water has cleared with the dropping temperatures which are in the low 60's F on the channels and as low as the mid 50's F on the flats on cold mornings. Cold water fish like Sheepshead and Bluefish are more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach


2018-10-27
9:28 AM

Oct 2018 Mosquito Lagoon New Smyrna Daytona Beach Backcountry - We are already getting east breezes off the ocean early in Autumn 2018, this starts the process of clearing the water in the Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon Backcountry after a long Florida summer with the usual cloudy warm water. Easterly winds pus more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach


2018-05-31
10:13 AM

May2018 New Smyrna Backcountry Mosquito Lagoon Daytona Bch Area - Summer is knocking at the door here on the North Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon Florida, water temps approaching 80'F, mullet and baitfish schools here for the summer, big variety of different saltwater fish species to be caught here in the backwat more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach


2018-04-02
12:42 PM

Inshore Fishing Report: April 1st - April 8th - With consistent water temperatures on the rise the inshore fishing is gaining momentum. Although the water is still a bit murky it's important to fish it while it's moving. The desired species rely on sight to catch their dinner and the lure of choic more...
Capt. Nick Czerok - New Smyrna Beach


2018-03-31
8:46 AM

Mar2018 New Smyrna Backcountry Daytona Mosquito Lagoon Area - March 2018 has brought winter back to East Central Florida, nights in the 40's and upper 30's most of the month, water temperatures dropping back to 58' to 60' after a warm February had water temp up to 68' to 72', so a confused pattern of a spring l more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach


2018-01-30
10:14 AM

2018 New Smyrna Daytona Beach Backcountry Mosquito Lagoon - Winter has arrived in East Central Florida, our first freezing temperatures after several warm winters in a row, water temperatures dropping in to the 40's F, driving fish into the deep holes, and the shallow water schooling fish back on the flats to more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - New Smyrna Beach

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