Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Charter

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Charter

Florida Fishing has been incredible this summer. Year round you can travel to the state and catch the fish of a lifetime. Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Charter can be an awesome adventure for both or the family.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Tyler and his girlfriend that wanted to get out on the water for a great fishing experience. Mosquito Lagoon is the perfect location to do so with excellent redfish, tarpon and drum fishing.

It was an early morning start for the couple racing out at 6am. We got some action cruising to multiple different spots around the Lagoon. At first light, we chased tarpon and got a few hits but nothing held.

After chasing a school of black drum as well with no takers, we went to one of my favorite redfish spots. The whole trip was a blast to be able to fish the different locations. Tyler and his mate caught 5 quality redfish at this location.

They are looking forward to coming back and fishing with us again. The inshore experience was awesome for them and something they will continue to cherish and remember.

More About Mosquito Lagoon:

If stalking trophy Redfish in water barely deep enough to cover their backs is your idea of exciting fishing, then the “Redfish Capital of the World” is your next destination. Mosquito Lagoon extends from Ponce Inlet to the Indian River in Titusville. It is a shallow water fishing paradise year round with one of the most unique ecosystems around the world. The Lagoon is conveniently located 45 minutes from Orlando. You can even experience the Kennedy Space Center from your fishing destination.

Come Catch Yours Today with Captain Tom exploring Mosquito Lagoon .

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Florida Fishing Volusia County

Florida Fishing Volusia County

Volusia County is known for its incredible Florida Fishing Adventures from inshore to deep sea. Florida Fishing Volusia County in the summer time has been amazing and something you will never forget. The elaborate network labyrinth of creeks, rivers, sloughs and backwater bays provide protection and cover for the abundant inshore species. Every time you leave the dock, you are embarking on a Florida Fishing Adventure of a lifetime. Saltwater Inshore Fishing has dominated the fishing on the coast and has created the ultimate opportunity to catch the fish of your dreams. The Halifax River, Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River are amazing high quality habitats for Redfish, Sea Trout, Snook and Black Drum. Our Captains have specialized in catching these inshore species and know the waters the best. Captain Steve has been fishing these waters for over 15 years. He has had incredible success on the Ponce Inlet and Mosquito Lagoon, where redfish and snook dominate the waters. Captain Chris also has prospered in these local areas and across the whole North East coast of Florida catching monster sea trout and redfish.

Freshwater Fishing Volusia County

Freshwater Fishing is also a great way to experience Volusia County. Inland bodies of water close to the beautiful beaches hold some of the BEST largemouth bass fishing in the state of Florida. Our captains also specialize on these bodies of water as well. Fishing in Daytona Beach & New Smyrna area is an adventure that will keep you coming back for more. The St. Johns River and its tributaries can create memories of a lifetime. Exploring what Volusia County has to offer can be a great experience for the family or a group of great friends. Lake George and Lake Monroe are home to trophy largemouth bass. It is the location you are most likely to catch your next personal best. When traveling to the state of Florida, do not miss out on your opportunity to venture out and try something unique and different. It is only a matter of time that you land the fish you are looking for. Sit back and enjoy while you travel through beautiful North Florida and let our captains put you on the fish of a lifetime. Come Catch Yours Today with Captain Steve, Capt Brad and Chris exploring Daytona Fishing and New Smyrna area. If you enjoyed this report with Captain Steve, Capt Brad and Chris Davy, you might also enjoy a fishing report from the same area. Don’t forget to follow us on FacebookPinterestTwitter and Instagram. Discover More Daytona Inshore Fishing. Discover More Daytona Bass Fishing.

Fly fishing Mosquito Lagoon

Mosquito Lagoon, along with Indian River Lagoon, is considered “The Redfish Capital of the World” because redfish is found there all year through. Moreover, redfish caught in the lagoon are often large so that you’d best prepare the sturdiest rod to catch this species.

Because the Mosquito Lagoon is home to Florida’s largest concentration of redfish, it is considered a premier fly-fishing destination. A lot of anglers, even those from far lands, travel to this side of the world to catch redfish. In fact, there are equipment and boats for rent on the lagoon so that these traveling anglers need not bring along their own equipment. There are also many guides offering their expertise to bring anglers to the best spots to go fishing on these shallow salt waters.

The bait

Fly fishing uses bait that resembles flies, insects, or common baits like worms and minnows. There are plenty of different types of bait and lures available in the market. Just choose the one that is the most attractive or the one that resembles common bait.

Fly fishing at the lagoon

There are certain rules to follow when fishing in the Mosquito Lagoon. A permit or license is required before anyone can start off. Also, remember that there are certain areas where angling or boats are not permitted such as in protected areas designated for manatees. It is important to know these specific areas plus where you’ll be able to get the most redfish catch.

It might take some time after you arrive at a certain portion of the lagoon to catch a redfish. Remember, the sound of the boat might have scared them away but be patient, cast your fly bait, and pretty soon the redfish will come back and bite it.

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