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Port Canaveral Springtime Cobia Fishing

Early Spring and March are Sight Fishing Fun!

Tuesday September 19, 2017

It's warming up on Florida's east coast and the annual run of cobia typically happens in March as the Mercury rises. Sit back and relax aboard the Lagooner as you idle along in search for these migratory fish moving northward towards their spawning grounds.

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Warming Up to the Cobia Run off Port Canaveral during the Spring.

Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: November 21 2016 18:12:11.

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September of 2017 is shaping up to be an awesome month on the Mosquito Lagoon. Redfish are already starting to school for their fall spawn and many of our anglers are capitalizing in by catching 20... 30... and even 40 pound redfish in the Lagooon. Sightfishing for these schooling redfish is an experience you'll never forget. Some of the schools number in the hundreds and push water while showing their tails in marching succession. It's a sight to see...

September's still a transition month and our success stories have been mostly in the very early morning lately. Cooperative redfish are looking to the cooler morning temperatures to feed and move around in the shallows. After the morning... it's been difficult finding schooling fish due to rising temperatures and fishing pressure from late rising anglers.

I'm still fishing most of my charters out of the Canaveral area during September, but I make my way up to the Mosquito Lagoon at least once a week to keep abreast of what's happening and if the schools of big reds are cooperating and showing up. When they do... I'll be there, hopefully with you.

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