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Mid-January St Johns River Shad and Crappie Report, January 10, 2019

American Shad on the St Johns River in Orlando
Captain Ron’s first American shad of the 2019 season.

The 2019 American Shad Run is Shaping Up

All my fishing opportunities over the last few weeks have led me to the St Johns River in pursuit of American shad and crappie. With this said, this report will reflect on these experiences and hopefully provide information and content to assist you, and get you out on the River.

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Central Florida East Coast Fishing Forecast, January 2019

As we welcome the New Year, it is once again time to reflect on the events and accomplishments of 2018, and to count our many blessings. We are truly blessed to live in Central Florida where angling and spending time on the water are year-round endeavors. I am also thankful for another great year of fishing with my clients and friends on the waters of the Indian River Lagoon estuary and our Central Florida lakes and rivers. Thank you all for a year filled with adventure on the water, and many great memories.

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Mid-December 2018 Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report

With the sound of heavy rain beating on my metal roof, I decided to stay dry and warm  today and update everyone on my status.  As many of you already know, on October 22nd I experienced a fall at home while working on an improvement project.  The accident resulted in an eleven day stay in the trauma center and over two months recovery at home.  They say if the doesn’t kill you it will only make you stronger, well in my case the Lord had other plans for me and I survived to fish another day.

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Indian River Lagoon Coast Fishing Forecast, December 2018

For starters, let me begin with an apology for not posting many reports in October and November.  It’s not because I haven’t wanted to fish. It’s because I couldn’t.  You see on October 22nd I had an accident at home while working on my house.  Although I only fell eight feet off of a ladder, I sustained critical injuries resulting in an eleven day stay in a trauma center.  Result was seven broken ribs and three fractured vertebra.  I’m currently on the mend, but it’s is looking like I will continue to be landlocked until just before Christmas.  These are challenging times for me, but the good news is I survived to fish on another day.

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November 2018 Indian River Lagoon Coast Fishing Forecast

As a Florida native I can’t begin to count all of the outstanding fishing adventures I’ve experienced on the Indian River Lagoon Coast of Florida in November. We’re truly blessed by the opportunity to experience the natural side of such a magnificent resource, and blessed am I to have a loving and considerate wife who understands and tolerates my passion for the outdoors and stretching line.

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Fish Orlando Coast to Coast

Fish Orlando Coast to Coast

Known worldwide as the vacation capital of the world, Orlando is home to theme parks and family friendly entertainment. According to Visit Florida, 2017 tourism numbers broke all records as an estimated 116.5 million people visited to the sunshine state with 65.5 million visiting Orlando alone. Adding to those numbers, the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando host over 1.5 million delegates annually. Although this is an incredible number of visitors, very few see what Central Florida is about. Year-round warm weather, sunshine and thrill rides are the main calling cards, but what lies just beyond the shadows of the theme parks and the convention Center? Fishing of course!

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Orlando Area and the Mosquito Lagoon Coastal Fishing Forecast for October 2018

October Events:

October 13, 2018 – The Eight Annual Orlando Gumbo Wars

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Mid-September Outdoor Adventures and Fishing Report

Mosquito Lagoon Trophy Redfish Orlando

Late-September Florida Outdoor Adventures and Indian River Lagoon Fishing Report, September 25, 2018

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