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Fishing report from Mike M. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Mike here.

Fishing report from Matthew L. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Matthew here.

Fishing report from Matthew L. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Matthew here.

    Black drum have shown up and ate hungry. The redfish bite still remains good as they start schooling up. And last but not least some flounder are arriving and the trout bite still remains good throwing artificial at them.

Fishing report from Jerry P. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Jerry here.

Fishing report from Rick H. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

Fishing report from Todd V. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Todd here.

Fishing report from Rick H. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

Fishing report from Todd V. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Todd here.

    Redfish are the targeted species currently in Ponce inlet. With Snook and occasional tarpon following. The biggest issue has been weather, with high winds, rough seas and high water it gets difficult to get out at times. The current forecast is really positive and there should be no issues getting out for these bruiser.
    Redfish are the targeted species currently in Ponce inlet. With Snook and occasional tarpon following. The biggest issue has been weather, with high winds, rough seas and high water it gets difficult to get out at times. The current forecast is really positive and there should be no issues getting out for these bruiser.
    Redfish are the targeted species currently in Ponce inlet. With Snook and occasional tarpon following. The biggest issue has been weather, with high winds, rough seas and high water it gets difficult to get out at times. The current forecast is really positive and there should be no issues getting out for these bruiser.
    Redfish are the targeted species currently in Ponce inlet. With Snook and occasional tarpon following. The biggest issue has been weather, with high winds, rough seas and high water it gets difficult to get out at times. The current forecast is really positive and there should be no issues getting out for these bruiser.
    Redfish are the targeted species currently in Ponce inlet. With Snook and occasional tarpon following. The biggest issue has been weather, with high winds, rough seas and high water it gets difficult to get out at times. The current forecast is really positive and there should be no issues getting out for these bruiser.
    Redfish are the targeted species currently in Ponce inlet. With Snook and occasional tarpon following. The biggest issue has been weather, with high winds, rough seas and high water it gets difficult to get out at times. The current forecast is really positive and there should be no issues getting out for these bruiser.
    Redfish are the targeted species currently in Ponce inlet. With Snook and occasional tarpon following. The biggest issue has been weather, with high winds, rough seas and high water it gets difficult to get out at times. The current forecast is really positive and there should be no issues getting out for these bruiser.

Fishing report from Rick H. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

Fishing report from Matthew L. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Matthew here.

    With summer coming to an end and high waters right now we are finding nice reds snook and some trout along the mangrove lines. As we dive into fall/ winter we will be targeting reds, black drum, and other species. Call now and get to experience Mosquito Lagoon and the beauty she is and catch some nice fish, and hang out this cool captain!
    With summer coming to an end and high waters right now we are finding nice reds snook and some trout along the mangrove lines. As we dive into fall/ winter we will be targeting reds, black drum, and other species. Call now and get to experience Mosquito Lagoon and the beauty she is and catch some nice fish, and hang out this cool captain!
    With summer coming to an end and high waters right now we are finding nice reds snook and some trout along the mangrove lines. As we dive into fall/ winter we will be targeting reds, black drum, and other species. Call now and get to experience Mosquito Lagoon and the beauty she is and catch some nice fish, and hang out this cool captain!

Fishing report from Todd V. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Todd here.

Fishing report from Matthew L. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Matthew here.

    Trout and redfish bite has been on fire all month. Fish pods of mullet on flats edges and bars. Topwater Bute has been great first of the morning and live bait and soft plastics later in the morning.
    Trout and redfish bite has been on fire all month. Fish pods of mullet on flats edges and bars. Topwater Bute has been great first of the morning and live bait and soft plastics later in the morning.
    Trout and redfish bite has been on fire all month. Fish pods of mullet on flats edges and bars. Topwater Bute has been great first of the morning and live bait and soft plastics later in the morning.
    Trout and redfish bite has been on fire all month. Fish pods of mullet on flats edges and bars. Topwater Bute has been great first of the morning and live bait and soft plastics later in the morning.
    Trout and redfish bite has been on fire all month. Fish pods of mullet on flats edges and bars. Topwater Bute has been great first of the morning and live bait and soft plastics later in the morning.

Fishing report from Rick H. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

Fishing report from Rick H. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

    Steady Eddie on snook and redfish. The night bite for snook has been really good
    Steady Eddie on snook and redfish. The night bite for snook has been really good
    Steady Eddie on snook and redfish. The night bite for snook has been really good
    Steady Eddie on snook and redfish. The night bite for snook has been really good
    Steady Eddie on snook and redfish. The night bite for snook has been really good

Fishing report from Matthew L. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Matthew here.

Fishing report from Rick H. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

Fishing report from Todd V. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Todd here.

    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce nice Reds and some Slob Trout. We began night fishing the causeways last week and the fish were on fire. While we were able to land a few we were broken off by more than we landed. The inlet area is producing slot size Reds as well as some nice Bulls.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce nice Reds and some Slob Trout. We began night fishing the causeways last week and the fish were on fire. While we were able to land a few we were broken off by more than we landed. The inlet area is producing slot size Reds as well as some nice Bulls.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce nice Reds and some Slob Trout. We began night fishing the causeways last week and the fish were on fire. While we were able to land a few we were broken off by more than we landed. The inlet area is producing slot size Reds as well as some nice Bulls.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce nice Reds and some Slob Trout. We began night fishing the causeways last week and the fish were on fire. While we were able to land a few we were broken off by more than we landed. The inlet area is producing slot size Reds as well as some nice Bulls.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce nice Reds and some Slob Trout. We began night fishing the causeways last week and the fish were on fire. While we were able to land a few we were broken off by more than we landed. The inlet area is producing slot size Reds as well as some nice Bulls.

Fishing report from Rick H. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

Fishing report from Todd V. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Todd here.

    Ponce inlet and New Smyrna Beach, still seeing a few Bull Reds in the inlet with some nice snook and Tarpon beginning to show on the evening charters. We offer a seasonal 3 hr. Evening trip where we target snook and Tarpon around the causeways in New Smyrna Beach. Water levels are up a bit and sight fishing has been fair in the north part of the lagoon. This is the option you want if you wish to tangle with the red or black drum on fly.
    Ponce inlet and New Smyrna Beach, still seeing a few Bull Reds in the inlet with some nice snook and Tarpon beginning to show on the evening charters. We offer a seasonal 3 hr. Evening trip where we target snook and Tarpon around the causeways in New Smyrna Beach. Water levels are up a bit and sight fishing has been fair in the north part of the lagoon. This is the option you want if you wish to tangle with the red or black drum on fly.
    Ponce inlet and New Smyrna Beach, still seeing a few Bull Reds in the inlet with some nice snook and Tarpon beginning to show on the evening charters. We offer a seasonal 3 hr. Evening trip where we target snook and Tarpon around the causeways in New Smyrna Beach. Water levels are up a bit and sight fishing has been fair in the north part of the lagoon. This is the option you want if you wish to tangle with the red or black drum on fly.

Fishing report from Rick H. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

    Water clarity is down, so redfishing has slowed a bit, but still seeing quite a few tails. The snook bite has picked up and some juvy tarpon are starting to move in
    Water clarity is down, so redfishing has slowed a bit, but still seeing quite a few tails. The snook bite has picked up and some juvy tarpon are starting to move in
    Water clarity is down, so redfishing has slowed a bit, but still seeing quite a few tails. The snook bite has picked up and some juvy tarpon are starting to move in
    Water clarity is down, so redfishing has slowed a bit, but still seeing quite a few tails. The snook bite has picked up and some juvy tarpon are starting to move in
    Water clarity is down, so redfishing has slowed a bit, but still seeing quite a few tails. The snook bite has picked up and some juvy tarpon are starting to move in
    Water clarity is down, so redfishing has slowed a bit, but still seeing quite a few tails. The snook bite has picked up and some juvy tarpon are starting to move in
    Water clarity is down, so redfishing has slowed a bit, but still seeing quite a few tails. The snook bite has picked up and some juvy tarpon are starting to move in

Fishing report from Jordan B. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Jordan here.

Fishing report from Rick H. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

Fishing report from Todd V. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Todd here.

    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.
    Mosquito Lagoon has continued to produce good quantities of slot reds along with an occasional Bull. But these recent fu moon phases have been key in bringing the gator Trout up on the flats to spawn. Two days ago we had 8 trout between 20 and 25". Largest for the year so far has been 29". This will continue through June. In the Ponce Inlet area still seeing good quantities of sheepshead and flounder with regular hookups of bull reds and black drum. In the next couple weeks we will be starting the evening trips fishing the causeways in New Smyrna Beach for Snook and Tarpon.

Fishing report from Matthew L. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Book a trip with Captain Matthew here.

    As the winter fades away unfortunately so do the schools of red fish. With the water Temps rising the fish will start scattering around the bank lines and mangroves. This time of year I call the transition period. So we throw paddle tails pop n corks with live shrimp top water plugs and multiple artificial baits along banks. Also live mullet and chunck mullet or lady fish.
    As the winter fades away unfortunately so do the schools of red fish. With the water Temps rising the fish will start scattering around the bank lines and mangroves. This time of year I call the transition period. So we throw paddle tails pop n corks with live shrimp top water plugs and multiple artificial baits along banks. Also live mullet and chunck mullet or lady fish.
    As the winter fades away unfortunately so do the schools of red fish. With the water Temps rising the fish will start scattering around the bank lines and mangroves. This time of year I call the transition period. So we throw paddle tails pop n corks with live shrimp top water plugs and multiple artificial baits along banks. Also live mullet and chunck mullet or lady fish.
    As the winter fades away unfortunately so do the schools of red fish. With the water Temps rising the fish will start scattering around the bank lines and mangroves. This time of year I call the transition period. So we throw paddle tails pop n corks with live shrimp top water plugs and multiple artificial baits along banks. Also live mullet and chunck mullet or lady fish.
    As the winter fades away unfortunately so do the schools of red fish. With the water Temps rising the fish will start scattering around the bank lines and mangroves. This time of year I call the transition period. So we throw paddle tails pop n corks with live shrimp top water plugs and multiple artificial baits along banks. Also live mullet and chunck mullet or lady fish.

Fishing report from Rick H. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

    It's been windy, but the snook, trout and redfish bite is still on
    It's been windy, but the snook, trout and redfish bite is still on
    It's been windy, but the snook, trout and redfish bite is still on
    It's been windy, but the snook, trout and redfish bite is still on
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