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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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Trout Fishing Tips by guest blogger Andrew Binkley

While all types of fishing require a specific skill set, trout fishing (a type of fly fishing) is an art form. To score the best fish, it takes special equipment and requires you to journey into the trout’s natural habitat. We love it, but we also understand how daunting it can be to start this sport. With that in mind, here are a few tips to get you started.

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Mid January Fishing on the St Johns River, Indian River and Mosquito Lagoons, January 14, 2017

Breaking in my newly built MHX Rod with American Tackle Air wave guides on a St Johns River crappie>

You’ve got to love Central Florida fishing in January.  That’s right, I said fishing in January.  Oh by the way, the average high temperature this past week in Central Florida was 75 degrees.  Sorry about rubbing it in for my northern friends.

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Rod Building 101 with Mud Hole Custom Tackle

Well as you can see from the image above, I’m officially a custom fishing rod crafter and I’m on my way to replacing all of my charter fishing rods with rods crafted by Captain Tom Van Horn.  For the cost of buying one quality fishing rod (125.00), I’ve completed Mud Hole’s Rod Building 101 Class, and I get to keep my finished rod, the winding kit and all of the tools and materials.  Mud Hole travels around the country conducting these rod crafting seminars, and even if you just learn to repair and replace the broken guides on your existing rods, it’s well worth the time and money spent.  In Florida these seminars cost 125.00 dollars and outside Florida these classes cost 150.00 dollars: http://www.mudhole.com/Mud-Hole-Specials-Page/Mud-Hole-Spotlight/Rod-Building-Classes-Mud-Hole.

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Taking My Angling Experience to the Next Level

Ask yourself this question, do you want to become a better angler? I know I do, so I’m taken the next step by learning how to build custom fishing rods designed specifically for my style of fishing meeting the specific applications I prefer.

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Green Lawns, Lagoon Doom

Article published in Coastal Angler Magazine in 2004

Green Lawns, Lagoon Doom

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