Mosquito Lagoon Inshore Fishing

Early morning risers are the ones that get to truly enjoy the essence of what Florida Fishing is all about. As you are cruising out to your fishing destination, you get to get some wind in your face, listen to the wildlife and watch some of the most gorgeous east coast sunrises. Mosquito Lagoon Inshore Fishing is the Ultimate Florida Experience!

The sunrise was so breathtaking on this fishing adventure out of Mosquito Lagoon. Colors reflected so perfectly off the cloud cover that illuminated the vast fishing grounds. Mosquito Lagoon Inshore Fishing is considered some of the BEST in the world especially for Sea Trout and Redfish. If you are looking for an incredible experience on the water, North Florida has everything you are after.

You can explore these waters within a short drive from the City of Orlando along with other surrounding cities like New Smyrna Beach or Daytona Beach. Excellent fishing and outdoor adventures are all around you when visiting this beautiful place. Our local experts, guides and captains will provide you with the ultimate experience when traveling here.

Not only does Mosquito Lagoon have exceptional inshore fishing, it also has a large abundance of wildlife. The Lagoon is part of the Merrit Island National Wildlife Refuge that protects the land so that wildlife can thrive along Florida’s Space Coast. If you are looking to observe birds, manatees, dolphins and much more aquatic life, this also is your destination. When you embark on a Mosquito Lagoon Inshore Fishing Charter, you can experience it all!

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Captain Brad Kayholm had the pleasure of fishing and exploring this amazing lagoon with Matt, Josh and Jennifer. They wanted to bring some fish to the boat as well as encounter all that it had to offer. Mosquito Lagoon Inshore Fishing was absolutely incredible with lots of action!

Matt, Josh and Jennifer adventured out on a quick 4 hour fishing trip. In a short time after leaving the boat ramp, they caught 20 Sea Trout. The action is hot and heavy and they had a lot of fun catching Trout on the Lagoon. One of the most exciting forms of fishing for Sea Trout is the early morning top water bite. Throw some top water baits at them while they are in schools and hold on for some fun action. Whether you like a popping cork or mini spook, they will aggressive feed on anything you throw their way.

After catching up their limit, they truly wanted to just sit back and relax while enjoying the views. When visiting Mosquito Lagoon, make sure you set some extra time aside to do a little nature tour. Captain Brad is highly knowledgeable of all the spots that are great for fishing and to see the nature you wish to experience. Manatees and Dolphins were swimming all around us. Jennifer really wanted to see a Manatee as it was on her bucket list. These delicate large aquatic creatures are absolutely incredible to experience up close!

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Captain Brad is looking forward to exploring these waters again with Matt, Josh and Jennifer next time they are visiting Florida!

One of the many benefits of fishing with New Smyrna Fishing Charters is that we take care of your needs. We want to make sure that you are getting the full experience and what you wish for. Never feel uncomfortable and always ask your guide to show you everything your destination has to offer. North Florida is filled with an abundance of additional activities that promote and complete the ultimate fishing experience.

Don’t miss out on your Mosquito Lagoon Inshore Fishing Charter next time you are traveling to Florida. Also, don’t be shy if you are a local to come catch some tasty treats and see what Florida can provide you. Great memories can be yours especially when you bring along your family. Soak up some sun in a different way and never forget it on this fishing adventure of a lifetime!

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