Targeting Redfish On The Whales Tail Sandbar
Fishing The Shallow Bar In Mosquito Lagoon
Tuesday April 24, 2018
Clearly unmistakable from the air is the obvious topography and outline of the Whale's Tail sandbar on the south end of the Mosquito Lagoon. A landmark fishing area where schools of redfish lurk around and feed upon the crabs, shrimp and baitfish attracted to this tremendous outline.
Because of it's proximity in the middle of the lagoon, the Whale's Tail is often a run-a-ground area for unknowledgeable boaters. Frequent groundings have caused sea grass problems and prop scars on the top of the shallowest areas where fish are often seen tailing with backs out of the water.
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Whales Tail bar in the mosquito lagoon holds bigger red fish. Aerial view of the flat looks like a whales tail and lies in sight of the NASA launch pads.
Last modified: November 02 2016 20:34:53.
Published by: Captain Richard Bradley of Lagooner Fishing Guides©