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Fishing Reports by Capt. Michael Mann

5:43 PM

December mosquito lagon - The sight casting has been good but a little challenging due to cloudy conditions last few day however we have caught good numbers and good quality fish with patience. more...
Capt. Michael Mann - Mosquito Lagoon

9:31 PM

november 2011 - Well the fishing is going off now the water has cleaned up and the reds are tailing . Small groups of 2 to 30 fish are schooling up . With sunny skies spotting the tailing and laid up reds is fairly easy using either shrimp or artificial baits . The more...
Capt. Michael Mann - Mosquito Lagoon

11:47 AM

Mosquito lagoon fishing Oct 7 2011 - Fishing has been good and getting better the top water bite in the creeks has been great with the strong winds over the weekend pushing floating grass on shore the flats should produce with top water as well. Capt Mike Mann www.fatfishguide.com 3 more...
Capt. Michael Mann - Mosquito Lagoon

2:59 AM

Daytona to Titusville October 2011 fishing forcast - The water is higher now and slowly starting to clean up , over the last week the reds are moving into the flats from the deeper edges and trout are stagging on the edge of the flats in the mullet schools as well as flounder are being caught in sand more...
Capt. Michael Mann - Mosquito Lagoon

2:49 PM

mosquito lagoon new smyrna sept 2011 fishing - Full moon is coming and the water is high and the bite is on . Site fishing is getting good will keep getting better . Tarpon are in the rivers and the cobia will be running down the beach over the next few weeks . This is a great time to get out and more...
Capt. Michael Mann - Mosquito Lagoon

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