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Happy Holidays. Thanksgiving already came and went and here comes the New Year.
The last few weeks have been awesome fishing, dare I say some of the best we had in a long time. Kingfish, mahi, sails and a few wahhoo on the offshore side while the tarpon, bull reds and snook have been nonstop on the beach. It amazes me how good it’s been. This month should continue for a »
This weeks report is a little different than the previous topics. This week will be on sharkin. The last few weeks in general have been pretty decent on the shark bite. We had many different species and a lot of them. Fishing the bait pods lately has been the key to almost every species. If you throw live bait out in the middle of the bait pod right now chances are you will catch a red drum, »
Fishing the last few weeks out of Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach has been nothing less than stellar. The winds have kept us from running offshore for the most part but with the west/north west winds we have been able to make the beach and shark trips almost daily. The fall run/spawn of the ocean running bull reds has been absolutely amazing. I have to be thankful that they not only showed up a month »
Hello and Welcome to Native Fly’s monthly fishing report and news. Fall is one of my favorite time's of the year to fish. Mullet are plentiful in the Lagoons and the predators are not too far away from them. We had a great Summer this year with good weather, water conditions and good fishing, it seems like Fall is going to be just as good. Water level has still been on the high side this »
Can you say On Fire? (No pun intended) but wow. The last few weeks have been great. Bait has been around and not that hard to catch. If you can’t find the pogies you can for sure catch the mullet. We have done a few trips offshore and a few trips inshore. Kings and mahi have been eating live bait and dead bait. If you cant find your pogies grab a box of cigar minnows and tip it with a skirt. »
Hopefully this October will be the start to a good fall run. We have had a tough, odd season so far. Now is the time that we start to see Mahi running again more consistently than the few here and there. Whether they are actually coming back from the keys or going back to the keys, who knows… Find some weed lines out there and give it a try, we had a good day in 95 feet last week working »
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 in most areas and excellent »
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 »
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