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May is here and so are the “green ones” that we have been waiting for. This is the time of the month when we start seeing the larger schools of dolphin running through our area. Here are a few tips to help you out.
The biggest thing I noticed in the last several years is that everyone seems to pass the fish to go find the fish! There’s no reason why we ne »
As I sit here in front of the computer writing this report, I had canceled a trip today while a client and I were waiting out the storm that rolled through early this morning. We did have a small window to get out late morning but the winds were gusting 30-40mph and a bigger storm was supposed to roll in this afternoon which I thought was not enough time and definitely was not safe conditions to »
Fishing has been GREAT! Everything is showing up.
Pogies are now running the beach thick in the mornings. They are from the south jetty to just past the pier. From 5 feet to 20 feet of water. look for the birds and you should do just fine. a few throws of your net and your off.
in the last few weeks I have fished from the Brevard reef to 8A. and everywhere in »
April is already here. Where has the time gone and where were the March cobia? April is kind of that in between month from the cobia run and still waiting on the dolphin run. Usually the bait starts to show up a little better and water is warmed up a bit. This month report is going to be a recap of the last few months. Kingfish and cobia. If you haven’t noticed the cobia run either »
March News and Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report
Posted on March 3, 2013 by Capt. Willy Le
The month of February has been a busy month for me, not just with charters but with the Miami Boat Show followed by the Salty Fly Tournament in Ruskin, FL. over on the west coast. I’ll begin with the fishing report in the Mosquito lagoon.
The fishing in the Lagoon has been very g »
March is finally upon us and for most of us this is what we have been waiting for; March Madness! Can anyone figure it out? That’s right, Cobia! Hopefully the water will reach that 70 degrees soon and the cobia will start popping up. We have been very fortunate this year with very warm weather and already seen many cobia earlier than expected. A few weeks ago after the week of winter we had, »
Schools in session by Capt. Willy Le
Now is the time to target schools of fish in all three lagoons, Mosquito, Indian, and Banana. With lower water levels, the fish will leave the shallow backwaters and all be concentrated around flats with deeper water nearby. Redfish, Black Drum, and even schools of Sea Trout can be found on healthy grass flats that hold bait fish »
Happy New Year everyone! I guess the world did not end in December 2012, which means we are stuck on this beautiful Earth to enjoy more memorable days of fishing….DARN!
Fishing in the Mosquito Lagoon/Indian River has been hit or miss. The crazy weather pattern that we’ve been experiencing with 80 degree temps one day and a high of 45 degrees the next, then back to 80 and so on. If »
Happy New Year everyone! The ultra clear water has continues for 2013 and the sight fishing is as good as it gets. We have had several oversize redfish come over the rail the last few weeks. Most of the fish have pushed way back in the creeks, staying as long as they can in the shallows, till dropping tide forces them into deeper holes. Unfortunately this puts us in the same place.
Hopefully everyone had a happy and safe new year. For those of you that were fortunate enough to get out on the 6 calm days we had between the gale force winds last month hopefully got on the fish. Being particularly partial to Kings, I have to say they were on fire. We were lucky enough to keep our clients on the fish all day. Every trip was a limit of our kingfish. Many fish were to »
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