Mosquito Lagoon - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Sebastian Inlet, Florida Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions
Reported by Capt. Frank Catino
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Mosquito Lagoon - Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Sebastian Inlet, Florida Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions
My tips of the week
Find clean water and out of the wind. . Tarpon are around in creeks and the rivers. There are a good number of Snook starting to show in the Lagoons on the flats.Redfisf are around but need to find water that is clear enough to see.
Fishing Conditions

Fly Fishing Mosquito Lagoon is currently Good

Orvis-Endorsed guides nearby:
Captain Frank Catino

Fishing conditions: Conditions are good first part of week and getting windy at weeks end.

Inshore temperature: 83 Degrees F

Offshore temperature: 81 Degrees F

Type of bait fish are feeding on: . Glass minnow and small baitfish are on the banks.

Fish species: Redfish, Trout, Snook ,Tarpon

Fishing season: Year Round (Prime: November thru April)

Nearest airport: Orlando International Airport

Person Fishing in a stream

Mosquito Lagoon Description

The Lagoons of East Central Florida are a short distance east of Orlando and only a half hour to 45 min. from the Orlando airport depending on what area we are fishing. The lagoons are the most diverse estuary in North America. Being home to more marine species than any Lagoon system. A good portion of the Lagoon sits in the heart of Merritt Island National Wild Life Refuge and Canaveral National Seashore and ...

Techniques & Tips

Sight casting in shallow off color water is the best for reds and working points and shallow bays work best for them. Snook and Tarpon-- you should look for moving water and up large and small rivers. The Snook will start to lay up and you will find large ones. Move slowly and be quiet. CAST AHEAD OF THE BOAT-ALWAYS!

7-Day Forecast

Fishing is good . Weather is great most of the week with some weather at weeks end. With the temperature there are a lot of Tarpon of all sizes . The Snook fishing has been as good as it has been in years. Redfish are getting better each day as we get closer to cooler weather .


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