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January 2014 Mosquito Lagoon Report by Capt. Willy Le
Happy New Year everyone and thanks for visiting NativeFlyCharters dot com! This year is going to a special one for all my regular clients and new. Starting this year, we will be decked out in a brand new skiff by Maverick Boat Company. A 2014 17′ Maverick Mirage HPX-S powered by a Yamaha F70. This skiff is a »
I hope everyone had a great holiday season and a safe New Year. The last few weeks have been great near shore and should continue for a little bit till the weather gets colder and chills the water off.
Cobia and triple tail have been hanging pretty close to the beach. For triple tail I like to use a small bucktail tipped with a piece of squid or a live shrimp with just a small shot of weight »
Besides the great holiday times this month, expect the kingfish run. This is my favorite type of fishing. Many don’t like kings and I wonder why. A 25-30lb king on 20lb gear, ripping line on light tackle after sky rocketing on a live bait, I mean how can you not like that? And thank gosh it’s not shut down on us, yet…..Many also think it’s a bad table fare as well. I »
December 2013 Mosquito Lagoon fishing report
It was a windy Thanksgiving week and end of November. I’m thankful that it finally calmed down for a bit going into December making it fishable out in the Lagoon systems. Once the wind laid down and the sun popped out after weeks of wind, rain, and cool temperatures, it was a whole new world out there. The fish are now out and about sunning the »
We were able to pull off 3 trips last week. 2 shark trips and 1 offshore. the sharks the first night were slow BUT we had numerous giant reds and even got lucky with a 40+lb cobia all in 10 feet of water!!!
Offshore was tough. The winds had the water dirty all the way to the stream practically and all we had on the troll were 2 small skip jacks. we landed a decent tripple tail on the way in »
The Government Shutdown earlier this month has kept me and a bunch of other guides out the Mosquito lagoon for 16 days. During the shut down period, we all had to fish and guide in other areas that were not on National Refuge property. I chose to fish closer to home in the Banana and Indian Rivers which is my backyard. Luckily the fishing in these waters have been pretty good.
Once the »
Last month was kind of tough. We had bad winds on and off that caused rough seas and dirty water. For over a week it was muddy out to 240’. Needless to say fishing was terrible. One thing we did have was the start to an awesome mullet run. Mullet were in the millions from the docks of Bluepoints Marina and up the beaches. We should continue to see large schools of mullet throughout this »
Now that the dead Summer heat is slowly fading away, the fishing is starting to get a lot better for the rest of September and into October in the Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, and Banana River. Redfish are starting to school up and eating very aggressively on the deeper flats and for those of you that like casting at tailers and single fish like me, you can find them in the skinnier water with »
September already? Where has the year gone so far? Before you know it we will be breaking out the offshore trolling gear for the mahi run. What can we expect for this month besides the heat and humidity? Bait, and lots of it. Its already starting to show up so thick that all you need is a 6-foot net. Recently it’s been from the jetty all the way south past the pier. This is a good thing. All »
Hope everyone’s June and July were great. We have finally been blessed with a few weeks of great fishing weather as it looks like the summer is finally upon us. That also means the afternoon lightning storms, so be careful. This month should be pretty cool! I have already noticed the large schools of greenies offshore and most have been holding a few fish. Sabiki a few and troll them »
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