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Port Canaveral Springtime Cobia Fishing

Early Spring and March are Sight Fishing Fun!

Sunday June 24, 2018

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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It's June of 2018 and I haven't been hitting the Mosquito Lagoon as often while summer becons me toward more temperate waters to fishing off the beaches for Kingfish, cobia, tripletail and snook. When I have been taking anglers up into Mosquito Lagoon we've been showing up on the water well before sunrise and taking advantage of the milder morning temperatures before the summer boat traffic and fishing pressure starts to rise during the later morning and afternoon.

Redfish bite in the Mosquito Lagoon all year long, I've found that the warmest parts of the year can be the most challenging for anglers to get the fish to cooperate unless they are willing to get out before sunrise and be on location as the sun rises. While this is not always the case, it's often the truth and you'll find many anglers pursuing fish in other areas or looking for cooler waters off the beaches of the Canaveral National Seashore, Ponce Inlet or Sebastian Inlet. I recently took an angler into the Mosquito Lagoon and we landed several nice redfish in the slot 18-27 inch range and also a couple that were below the legal slot limit before releasing them to hopefully be caught when the grow up to Mosquito Lagoon's Legendary breeding size over 25 pounds and 40 inches.

June of 2018 looks to be a great month for fishing. If you're looking to go fishing on Mosquito Lagoon, call Captain Gina at (321) 868-4953. She'll tell you what's biting and where and you'll always have fun fishing.

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Inshore and Offshore Charter Fishing near Orlando and Cocoa Beach, Florida. Catch redfish, sea trout, tarpon, snook and many other saltwater gamefish aboard the world famous Lagooner flats fishing boat with renowned Captain Richard Bradley.

Excellent day on the water with Captain Richard - We were fortunate to get a good day off shore, trolling for bigger fish. We caught Crevelle Jack, Bonito and King Mackerel. Richard was a blast to fish with and knew his stuff. He made our day lots of fun and productive. Would definitely go out with him again!
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