Copyright 2019 James Marsh
Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, and Sebastian Inlet, Florida, Fly
03/02/19 Fishing Report: (See Fishing Report Archive at bottom of page)
The nearshore fishing has been great, with warming water. Redfish and Jacks are plentiful
around cover at inlet jetties and chanels.Inshore Mosquito Lagoon, redfish and trout have
been taking topwater flies. There are schools of reds on the flats. Fishing has been excellent.
Description of the waters:
There are several lagoons of East Central Florida. These are less than an hour from
Orlando. These lagoons are the home of a very diverse estuary that is the home of many
species of fish that can be caught on the fly. It includes part of the Merritt Island National
Wildlife Refuge and the Canaveral National Seashore near Kennedy Space Center. These
lagoons are known mostly for their prime redfish fly fishing opportunity.
Speckled Trout (Spotted Sea Trout)
The fishing season is year-round.
Spring is the best time for fly fishing for
This is a good time for
Fall it a great time for
Is probably the most popular time to fish the lagoons. .
Tide Charts: Pier at Port Carnerval
Weather: At Mosquito Lagoon
Recommended Flies For :
Redfish, Spotted Seatrout (Speckled Trout):
Inland water Flies:
Green Tarpon Baitfish
Olive and White Finger Mullet
Green Barred Baitfish
Free Shipping Continental U. S.
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
|Options For Selecting Flies:
1. Email us (firstname.lastname@example.org)
with the dates you will be fishing this area and we will send you a list of our fly
suggestions. Please allow up to 24 hours for a response.
2. Call us 800-594-4726 and we will help you decide which flies you need.
3. Email us (email@example.com)
with a budget for flies and we will select them to match the budget and get them to
you in time for your fly fishing trip.
All orders are shipped free in the
U. S. Orders over $75 are shipped via Priority Mail.
Fishing Report Archives:
11/24/18 The snook are coming in the lagoons and fishing for them should pick
up soon. The redfish are generally moving in schools and can often be spotted
in the clear shallow water. There are still some tarpon in the lagoons.
12/24/18 The cold fronts have moved a lot of speckled trout, redfish, snook and
back drum into the shallow flats of the lagoon. We are getting good reports. The
speckled trout stay in the deeper channels of the lagoon and move into the
shallow flats chasing baitfish. On warm days there are lots of tailing redfish.