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Fishing Reports by Capt. Michael Savedow

8:50 AM

DaytonaBeach NewSmyrna Area August 2016 MosquitoLagoon - Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River has been a great place to catch through the summer of 2016, it has been unusually dry so far this summer causing water levels to drop to very low levels which is a plus for lagoon fishing, concentrating the fish on dr more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

6:27 PM

NewSmyrna DaytonaBeach Backcountry MosquitoLagoon - Summer of 2016 has been fun so far, lots of great weather, pretty mornings, catching fish. Mosquito Lagoon my usual Redfish and Seatrout hunting grounds and the back waters of the Indian River at New Smyrna Beach and Edgewater for mixed bag variety f more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

8:38 AM

MosquitoLagoon Backcountry NewSmyrna DaytonaBeach - Summer is knocking at the door in East Central Florida, fishing patterns transitioning to warm water on Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River Backcountry. Mullet schools building in numbers, fish becoming more scattered through out the lagoon and backcoun more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

11:03 AM

DaytonaBeach NewSmyrna Area April2016 MosquitoLagoon - Great spring fishing continues in the Mosquito Lagoon backcountry and the Intracoastal Waterway area here at Edgewater and New Smyrna Beach where I fish which has nice clean water, unfortunately locations further south in the Indian River have been e more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

8:27 PM

Spring Fishing NewSmyrna Backcountry MosquitoLagoon DaytonaArea - Spring fishing has arrived to the Edgewater Backcountry and Mosquito Lagoon, water temperatures have been ranging from 68' to 63' the last few weeks, fun migrating Jack Crevalle, Bluefish, and Ladyfish have arrived back in the area after they spent t more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

9:41 AM

Backcountry NewSmyrna to MosquitoLagoon DaytonaBch Area - February 2016 has been pretty cold by Florida standards, had frost on the boat a few mornings, water temperatures in the mid 50's has brought clear water to Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River backcountry. Redfish are schooled in shallow water, big more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

6:06 PM

Redfish NewSmyrna/DaytonaBeachArea MosquitoLagoon - Chilly weather has finally arrived to Central Florida this January 2016, water temperatures have dropped to around 60', clearing in the backcountry and flats, and water levels coming down some with north winds behind cold fronts. Redfish forming shal more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

12:56 PM

Redfish and Seatrout Schooling more Prevalent - Staying mild to warm so far this late November and now into December 2015 here in East Central Florida and our inshore saltwater area of Mosquito Lagoon and the northern Indian River. Water temperatures still up in the mid 60's to 70', along with hig more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

10:30 AM

DaytonaBeach Area NewSmyrna MosquitoLagoon Redfish - Water temperatures are finally dropping a little now in November to the mid 70 levels after a warm autumn so far in East Central Florida, water levels however are a different story with very high water still in Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River. Plent more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

9:15 AM

Oct2015 NewSmyrna DaytonaBch Lagoon Area - Water levels have been at an epic high flood level on Mosquito Lagoon after a heavy rainy season during late summer, Redfish hunting moves tight to shorelines and on shallower grass flats that are normally to skinny to float a boat, with flood condit more...
Capt. Michael Savedow - Mosquito Lagoon

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