If you want to be successful fishing the Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River systems then listen up. If you find find these tips helpful, feel free to share them with your local fishing buddies. Lets get started! Finding clear water in the lagoon while sight fishing is important for the obvious reason of increased visibility; however, lets look at a few more reasons why clean water is important! The number of the large algae blooms that have occurred over the past years have choked out a majority of the naturally present sea grass beds. This happens due to the algae sucking up oxygen and removing nutrients, but mostly because of its ability to rob the other vegetation of much needed sunlight. If you find a good bait source in clear water then it is worth sticking around and seeing what predators show up. The heat of summer on the Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River can put a lot of stress on the anglers as well as the fish.
What to expect when fishing The Mosquito Lagoon & Indian River Lagoon
From Sight-Casting to Dock Lights, Something for Everybody
Inshore fly fishing continues to grow in popularity for fisherman looking to challenge saltwater gamefish like redfish, speckled trout, tarpon and snook. Fly fishing on the east coast of Florida is a visual game. Acres of grass flats with clean water yield schools of redfish, rolling tarpon, laid up speckled trout, and snook around deep structure. Successful fly anglers find themselves posing for a picture of their fly rod caught saltwater gamefish! When fly fishing inshore saltwater you will do a mix of sight fishing and blind casting.
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These scenic places offer the perfect backdrop for a great day fishing with Capt. Justin Price. Our time on the water will leave indelible experiences for experts and novice fisherman alike. While fishing Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River Lagoon, we will be targeting redfish, speckled trout, snook, seasonal tarpon, and other migratory species found in these vast and still wild areas. The beach along New Smyrna Beach stretches 13miles with beautiful white sand and beach access to allow you to drive and park for the day.
The weather in central Florida is superb year round and allows the fishing to be at its very best all year long. Summer time brings on many migratory species of fish which opens up the chance to do near shore fishing charters along either the New Smyrna Beach area out of Ponce Inlet or Port Canaveral in the Cocoa Beach area. With calm seas at this time of year, you have shots at species such as Atlantic tarpon, jacks, cobia, shark, triple tail, king fish, lady fish and IRL snook. Along with these species all year long are always redfish, Atlantic black drum and the elusive Florida gator seatrout roaming the back country grass flats and the near coastal waters. A hook up on any of these fish on fly at any time of year will by no doubt get your heart racing and leave you with memories of a lifetime. However fly fishermen from all around the world who have fished these waters agree that the winter months and spring time months on the saltwater flats is by far the pinnacle for Mosquito Lagoon redfish on the fly. The reason is the water of the Mosquito Lagoon, Banana River, Halifax River and the Indian River in the winter and spring months become gin clear due to the lack of rain water runoff and water temperatures are lower to reduce algae blooms. The water also is lower in depth in the winter and spring months as well.