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Fished Around Orlando Area Fishing Report

Capt. John Kumiski
February 9, 2015
Titusville - Saltwater Fishing Report

Fished Around Orlando Area Fishing Report

Emails have come in asking, "When is the next Show and Tell seminar?"
The Mosquito Lagoon Show and Tell is on March 14. For more information or to register see this link...
The On-the-Water Show and Tell is on March 15. For more information or to register see this link...

So since I didn't have any work this week :-( I fished around.

Sunday I went down the street to the Econlockhatchee. As I prepped the kayak I thought, "The water is still too high and too cold." I floated for maybe 3/4ths of a mile tossing a crayfish pattern, did not get a bite or see any fish other than Gambusia minnows. The wind howled through the new green on the trees and it was absolutely stunning out. No fish, but I was so glad I went.

Monday Maxx and I did a wheel bearing job on his sailboat trailer. The bearings were pretty bad, lots of water and rust, but he towed the boat home when we were done.

Tuesday I checked out a spot on the Indian River Lagoon where I like to fish occasionally. The water was dirty and there were absolutely no fish there, mullet or anything. Pure wild goose chase, pure and simple.

Wednesday I visited another spot on the IRL where I had not been for years. Apparently neither had anyone else. I'm not going into details because no one would believe them (I did not bring a camera), but it was one of the best days of inshore fly fishing I've had in years. Cha-CHING!

Friday I visited a remote corner of the St. Johns River that I sometimes fish. There used to be an old, leaky beater boat there. It's not there anymore. I'm trying to figure out how I will fish that place now.

Saturday Tammy Wilson and I tried the St. Johns River for some shads, launching at SR 50. We got a few right out of the gate, but then it slowed down a lot. Working it pretty hard we got a dozen or so. Tammy managed a double on a rig consisting of a Road Runner with a shad fly tied on a dropper above. We got some on a 1/8 ounce Pixie spoon, too. A lovely day, a little too much boat traffic for my taste but it was Saturday and the weather was beautiful. I always like fishing with Tammy.

And that is this week's Orlando area fishing report from Spotted Tail.

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John Kumiski
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