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Fishing Guide on the Mosquito Lagoon

Sight fishing Mosquito Lagoon for schooling redfish.

Tuesday May 30, 2017

Lagooner fishing guides has a selection of simply the best Mosquito Lagoon Guides for redfish and spotted sea trout. You'll find full time, well equipped, courteous and professional charter fishing Captains that know how and where to catch the big ones and often lots of fish to keep your lines tight.

A Light Tackle Anglers' Paradise The Mosquito Lagoon is Proven

Mosquito Lagoon is a light tackle anglers' prime location as clear waters and very little development make for a great day of seeing your fish before you make a cast and presenting your lures or bait to the fish. Our equipment includes high performance fishing boats by Action Craft, St. Croix fishing rods, shimano fishing reels and more great lures and terminal tackle. We realize that it's not every day that you pay for a professional to go fishing and our Mosquito Lagoon fishing guides strive to make a great day by providing you excellent equipment and knowledge in the light tackle arena.

Mosquito Lagoon Sightfishing Guide

Captain Richard Bradley is a Mosquito Lagoon specialist and is credited for seeing the fish far before his anglers on most occasions. "Stalking redfish, black drum and gator trout on the shallow water flats is what a mosquito lagoon fishing guide does best. Light spinning tackle allows you to present light lures accurately and from a great distance. A guide that can sneak up on the fish to make that presentation is important for a successful day on the lagoon when the conditions are right," Explains this fishing guide from Merritt Island/Cocoa Beach area.

Looking for information about fishing with a Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Guide for great redfish action 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.

Words From a Mosquito Lagoon Guide

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Guide

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 sett up 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

Fishing Guide on the World Famous Mosquito Lagoon

Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: October 28 2016 15:20:10.

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If you're looking to learn about the Mosquito Lagoon while you're visiting the greater Orlando area, ask Captain Gina to set you up a fishing trip with our premier fishing guide, Captain Richard Bradley. Redfish and Trout are plentiful almost all year around but the cooler months are when the lagoon really seems to shine. When booking the trip remember that Mosquito Lagoon is typically a redfish and sea trout destination but other fish species can be caught there when the conditions are right.

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Cocoa Beach's premier saltwater fishing guide with over 25 years of charter fishing experience in his native waters.
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Inshore Charter Fishing in the Banana River Lagoon near 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.

Money so well spent!! - I treated a couple of dear friends to a charter fishing trip with Lagooner. I have to say it was money so well spent! Not like any charter I had ever been on before. Richard paid personal attention to every detail. Making sure we had the absolute best time and moved us around to follow fish of every type. This allowed for some simple easy fishing along with some wild challenges. I can't think of what else would have made this trip a better experience. My guests had never been treated so well on a charter they said. Yes you can find cheaper but I would never, ever try to save a couple of dollars and not have this kind of experience and memories.!
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