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Catching Redfish While On A Fishing Charter In The Mosquito Lagoon

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Charter fishing for redfish on the Mosquito Lagoon in East Central Florida's shallow water estuaries can be an exciting way for anglers to spend while vacationing or visiting the Orlando area. Not only known for redfish, the lagoon also has spectacular spotted sea trout, black drum and some pretty good snook & tarpon fishing too.

Mosquito Lagoon is a fishing paradise and it's proximity within miles of the New Smyrna/Ponce Inlet gives it tide movement and clear water similar to other Lagoon territories near other east coast inlets with fresh ocean water spilling in. Shallow grass bays, mangrove shorelines and tidal creeks makes the lagoon a perfect habitat for gamefish and their food from crabs, shrimp and baitfish.

Pairing up the habitat, gamefish and a native fishing guide with Lagooner Fishing Guides & Charters brings a unique opportunity anglers to experience the wonders that this Florida Fishing destination has to offer. A great time for the serious angler and a good time for anglers from all walks of life to experience sight fishing for several unique fish in the southeastern United States.

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The most rewarding part of being a Mosquito Lagoon fishing guide is showing people the art and skill of sightfishing. While there's many ways to fish for redfish and sea trout, the Mosquito Lagoon offers clear water in the cooler months allowing anglers to see fish swimming, feeding and lying in the shallow water flats of the lagoon.
Presenting your lures or bait to a tailing redfish is as exciting as it gets, but it's often frustrating for less experienced anglers to make a precise presentation to a small target. Before you make a sightfishing trip, make sure you practice your casting skills in the front yard with a hula hoop or similar target, it will make your sightfishing trip a better experience for you and your guide.
Remember that sightfishing is just one method of fishing, just like bow hunting is one method of hunting. Redfish, trout, snook and tarpon are often easily caught with traditional ways of fishing and can be just as rewarding and often more productive. When you call to setup your fishing trip with a guide, explain your fishing skills and we'll try our best to match skills with fishing methods. A good Mosquito Lagoon fishing guide will try his hardest to help his anglers catch fish and improve their fishing skills.

Capt. Richard Bradley
Lagooner Fishing Guide

Charter Fishing with a Captain on the Mosquito Lagoon

Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: October 28 2016 15:08:38.

Published by: Captain of Lagooner Fishing Guides©

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Looking for information about fishing in the Mosquito Lagoon area in Central Florida? Call (321) 868-4953 and Ask for Captain Richard or his fishing mate Captain Gina. They'll be more than glad to talk to you in length about setting up a fishing trip while you're visiting the area.

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Inshore and Offshore Charter Fishing near Orlando and Cocoa Beach, Florida. Catch redfish, sea trout, tarpon, snook and many other saltwater gamefish aboard the world famous Lagooner flats fishing boat with renowned Captain Richard Bradley.

Great Spring Break Trip - Booked a day off shore with Capt Richard. Took two of my sons (19 and 24), neither who have been in open water before. Capt Richard was fantastic from the start. Explained everything the night before, was waiting for us at the dock and was patient with us landies. It was a slow day fishing, but we managed a sailfish (broke off at the boat), a Jack Crevalle (those things put up a fight), and a barracuda. Capt Richard worked hard to put us on fish. We saw Angelfish, sea turtles, porpoise, and had a fantastic time. Looking forward to my next trip to Cocoa Beach as I will definitely book with Lagooner again.
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