Saltwater Fishing Charters by Lagooner Fishing Guides
Port Canaveral Springtime Cobia Fishing
Early Spring and March are Sight Fishing Fun!
Tuesday July 25, 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.
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.
Published by: Captain Richard Bradley of Lagooner Fishing Guides©
I don't know if I beleive in global warming but this July of 2017 is proving to be one of the hottest years that I can remember. Hey it's Florida, it's supposed to be hot in the summer! While the fishing has been good in the early mornings on the Mosquito Lagoon, I've tried to steer my costomers a little further south toward Port Canvaveral for a day of excellent fishing off the beaches. Tarpon have been roaming the beaches and big king mackeral are stricking live baits and dumping spools. I love this type of fishing and it's difficult to be pursuaded back to Mosquito Lagoon during this hot summer month when 2017's temperatures seem as hot as ever. Several of my guide friends look to the Florida Keys in the summer take advantage of the cooler tidal movements, it might be wiser to call Captain Gina and get a report on what I'm doing around Canaveral and Sebastian Inlet before setting your mindset on Mosquito Lagoon.
The Lagoon is progressively turning into a morning catch and many of my anglers are booking half days to catch thier limit in redfish before the fully rises and the mercury breaks into the 90 plus degree mark. Guys, bring a white colored tee or cotton button-down because the summer sun will cook even the lightest colored columbia shirts and tees. Girls, well bring your bikini and you'll get a tan and stay cool while you fish. Did I mention the mosquitos?
July Offshore Forecast
July offshore fishing conjures up thoughts hot summer days of on the water with cold fried chicken in the cooler and fireworks displays on our nation's Independence day celebration. It's also the time for Daytona Races and having cold beers for many that come to our area to relax and spend some time soaking up the Florida sunshine and saltwater while pulling in a few fish. Central Florida offers some calm water fishing in July and many of the species from king mackeral and cobia come closer to the beaches to spawn and feed. Traditionally there's less fishing far offshore except for Tuna and other big game that larger boats pursue in excess of 80 miles offshore, but that's not what this forecast is about. Most of our fishing remains within the fifteen mile range and often much closer. During July you expect to find great fishing within sight of land and some even closer, but don't think it's not big fish closer in. Large spawning King Mackerel and even larger tarpon and cobia can be found close to shore and around bait pods.
Offshore fishing in Florida during July can be a marvelous addition to your summer vacation plans. Don't come to the coastline near Orlando and let a day of getting offshore slip by.
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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.
My wife and I loved our time on the water with Captain Richard! Thanks for a great trip!
Written by: Jerod Ochsendorf about Lagooner Fishing Charters on May 6, 2017
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