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Indian River Lagoon Coast Fishing Forecast, July 2020

Summer has officially arrived on the Indian River Lagoon coast, as the mid summer doldrums are currently upon us.  It is also the time of year when tropical weather systems and offshore water temperatures are as predictable as Wall Street.   Just when you think you have got things figured out, a summer squall will blow in and kick up the seas, or the cold-water Labrador Current will move in and shut down the seaward bite.  Setting all these possibilities aside, many opportunities for angling adventures exist for us both inshore and offshore of the lagoon coast in July.

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Indian River Lagoon Coast Fishing Forecast, June 2020

Keith Lozott with a monster sea trout caught on a Zara Spook

Indian River Lagoon Coast Fishing Forecast, June 2020

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Central Florida Fishing Forecast for May 2020

Port Canaveral Snook

COVID-19 Mitigation Plan

Our world as we have known it has changed drastically due to the pandemic, and as we adjust to the new norm it is up to us to help mitigate the spread of this virus. With this said, we plan to open for business May 4th utilizing the following protocols for the safety of both clients and crew for the time being. These measures will only be temporary and will be adjusted as time allows:

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Indian River Lagoon Coastal Fishing Forecast, April 2020

9-pound Sunshine Bass,  Photo by Steve Chapman

As I set down to write my April  fishing forecast, I like many of you am landlocked by these troubling times.  Dreaming about fishing is currently the extent of my fishing adventures, dreaming of the day I return to the sea with friends and family.  Until then, I will share my forecast with you  so we can travel together into our imaginations to a place where  the fish are happy, hungry and stupid.  I’m thankful to all of  you, my friend, family and past clients who have shared time on the water with me over the past 20 years.    I will also share in my gallery some of the fish caught in April aboard Three Quarter Time.  Until our next adventure, stay safe.

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Orlando Area Fishing Forecast, March 2020

For number of reasons, I always look forward to the glorious bloom of my azaleas. Their magnificent colors are not only pleasing to the eye, but they also signal the end of winter and the beginning of the spring bait migration. As the days grow longer and the ocean begins its gradual warming phase, 68 to 72-degree range, the spring fishing bonanza on the Indian Lagoon Coast  of Florida kicks in. As usual, weather will serve as the determining factor in establishing the magnitude and progression of the bite, and forecasting Florida weather is left only to fools. Also, like the bloom of the delicate azaleas, the bite will sometimes pass quickly before you have a chance to really experience it.

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Orlando Area & Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Forecast

Sean Loves Black Drum
As a passionate angler Sean promised to kiss his fish before releasing them.

As we welcome a new decade, it is once again time to reflect on the events and accomplishments of 2019 and count our many blessings. As passionate anglers we are truly blessed to live in Florida where spending time on the water and angling are year-round endeavors. I am also thankful for another great year of fishing with my clients and friends on the revered waters of the Indian River Lagoon estuary and the St Johns River. Thank you all for a year filled with adventure on the water and many great memories.

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Orlando Area Fishing Forecast, December 2019

Mosquito Coast Fishing Charters

It’s snowing up in Boston, people are stuck inside, and we’re sitting here drifting the tide.

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Orlando Area and Mosquito Lagoon Coastal Fishing Forecast, September 2019

September Fishing Forecast

Muller Madness

September marks the beginning of the fall bait migration, primarily silver mullet on Florida’s east coast, with their numbers increasing as we progress into October and November. It is hard to predict precisely when or how strong the mullet run will be, but along with the arrival of the bait, comes the predatory species we love so much.

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Indian River Lagoon Coast Fishing Forecast, June 2019

Yep, the heat and humidity are rising, and so are fishing prospects along the Indian River Lagoon Coast of Florida. Hot summer days can be brutal, so the prudent angler and the fish will take advantage of the cooler nights and early morning and late evening hours to feed and stock their prey, and then they snooze in the shade and deeper areas once the heat turns up. So, adjust your routine in June, July, and August, by fishing at night, during the predawn hours, and in the late afternoon after work and reap the rewards of the summertime fishing bonanza.

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Orlando Area and Mosquito Lagoon Coastal Fishing Forecast, May 2019

May’s Fishing Forecast

As the length of daylight and the water temperatures increase, so do the fishing opportunities along the Lagoon Coast of Florida. May is one of the better fishing months on east Florida’s coastal waters, so make sure your lunch is packed, mental health days are scheduled, and I’ll see you on the water.

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