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Welcome to Native Fly’s monthly fishing report and news. This month has started out great in the Indian River, Banana River, and Mosquito Lagoon. I’ve been spending time in all 3 lagoons and have been finding plenty of fish activity. Luckily we have not had any bad signs of algae blooms this year in the Space Coast area. Water clarity remains fair to good »
What can we expect for this September? Beach fishing should definitely pick up. It has been pretty good so far but should only get better. The kings are moving into the beach and feeding on the large schools of bait, (pogies). You can start in the 20 foot range. Tarpon are mixed in and showing up even more in huge schools. Some are in the 150/200 lb class. Big sharks, Jacks and bonita are also in »
Welcome to the August/September 2014 Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River Lagoon and Banana River Lagoon fishing report. HOT is one word to describe the month of August, not just the temperatures but the Tarpon fishing all throughout the Central East region of FL. I’ve notice a huge comeback with the Snook and Tarpon since the freeze back in 2010 that wiped out almost every tarpon and snook in the »
Fishing has been pretty good the last few weeks out of Canaveral. Bait pods have been thick outside the north jetty to around the tip of the cape. Tarpon have been in the mix as well as large sharks. Further offshore are kingfish on the local reefs and ship wrecks as well as giant barracuda and giant sharks eating your kings and bonita.
Also Cobia are showing up. Use stinger rigs with light »
Tarpon fishing is now in full swing in my region which is why you will see more Tarpon photos from me this time of year than Redfish. Don’t get me wrong, Redfishing is a blast and still good right now, but I like to take advantage of the few months a year that the Tarpon can be sight fished on the flats, plus I think the Redfish need a break for a little bit.
Water level in the Lagoons »
Hello and hope all is well, Fishing has been great the last few weeks! The weather has been great too. Here’s the scoop on what’s been going on. Bait has been a day-to-day basis of trying to find it. For the most part it hasn't been that bad. You may need to work a little harder than normal but you should definitely be able to find it and get a net on it. Keep an eye on your bottom »
While the redfish, Sea Trout and Black Drum bite remains good, the Tarpon fishing is on top of the list right now which is what I mainly focus on during the Summer months. Tarpon fishing with a fly rod is challenging but can be very rewarding once you get the bite. It definitely takes a lot of patience making lots of casts to rolling fish without getting a nibble, or even staking out and waiting a »
Just a mid month quick report for Cape Canaveral.
Pogies have been pretty easy to catch lately. They have been in the back basins in the deeper water and also out front along the beach. Look for the flips and watch your machine.
Nearshore beach fishing has been decent. Jacks, bonita, tarpon and a few kings have been around. Just troll your live pogies. Use mono 80lb leaders with circle hooks. »
This is a great month for me personally because Father’s day, my birthday and my son Cash’s birthday who is celebrating his 5th birthday, falls within a few days of each other. Just gonna be a great month!
Now as far as fishing is concerned, hopefully, it’s just as good and gets even better than it was for May. We had a great month and the fish really started to turn on. The »
The beginning of this month has been a windy one, really tough conditions and fishing was inconsistent. Now the wind finally stopped blowing towards the middle of the month which made the fish(and myself) very happy. Tons of mullet has moved into the Lagoons making the topwater bite excellent for the most part of the morning. Redfish, Sea Trout, Bluefish, Jacks and Lady fish were »
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