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Early Spring and March are Sight Fishing Fun!

Sunday November 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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November of 2017 promises to be great as we are catching redfish on the Mosquito Lagoon despite being blown out for several days prior to this report. When it's rough and windy we are catching many of our redfish on live bait and some on topwaters. If we can locate schools in their post spawn, we have literally hammered the big oversized bull redfish with anything from topwater plugs to dead bait. We've even had a fly fisherman place a fly into the wind and hookup instantly upon falling near the school (don't count on doing that on a regular basis). What a blast as we had to start the boat and follow the thirty five pound fish across the lagoon in hot pursuit.

Every year seems to be getting better and better for redfishing despite the amount of development going on along our Florida Coastlines and 2017 seems to be even better than previous years. Be prepared for our colder weather as the winter sets in later this month bundle up as our Florida mercury will fall into the 50's and 60's often during November. If 2017 proves to be a cold winter look for excellent fishing prior to and after the fronts for both redfish and spotted sea trout.

I hope to see many of you again this winter as always so call Captain Gina and pick a date to go fishing with us before all the good fish are caught.

Captain Richard Bradley
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