Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report


After a spat of bad weather that caused the cancellation of quite a few fly fishing trips, the weather has improved dramatically. The water temperature has dropped into the mid 60’s to near 70 and most flats are crystal clear. Baitfish have been plentiful but not everywhere that there is bait are the gamefish. The […]

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report

Dawn on Mosquito Lagoon

The summer fishing during the past couple weeks has been mostly spectacular with a couple busts mixed in. On the good days it has been about as good as it can get. Inshore, the redfish and trout have been very good in Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River. The water level is a bit higher […]

Mosquito Lagoon Report

Meagan's first black drum was her largest fish ever landed.

After a few weeks vacation, it was back to the saltwater, first in Stuart, FL at the DOA Lures Outdoor Writers Conference. With lots of freshwater discharge being dumped into the St. Lucie River, the fishing there was less than spectacular. Still some nice fish were caught during the 2 day event including this big […]

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report

This redfish ate a 3" DOA while tailing

What had been, up to recently, a phenomenal year of sight fishing for redfish has gotten considerably tougher the last couple weeks. The algae bloom which plagued our waters last year is making a comeback. There are still a few flats which are crystal clear but many of them are partly to mostly cloudy. On sunny days, […]

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report


The fishing for redfish, seatrout, and black drum continues to be outstanding on the flats of the Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River. Most of the fish are still in schools with many of them holding 100-300 fish. The water is still crystal clear and sight fishing conditions are excellent. The fish have been eating a […]

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report


True to its nature, March has come in like a lion with lots of wind, storm fronts and up and down temperatures. The water levels of the lagoon system have been fluctuating 6-12 inches which is significant when talking about flats that only have 2 feet of water or less at high levels. Despite the […]

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report

Vern's DOA CAL redfish

The sight fishing in Mosquito Lagoon has been about as good as it can get in recent weeks. The weather has been generally warmer than usual which has made for some comfortable fishing conditions. To go along with the excellent weather, huge schools of redfish have been the norm. This week, we encountered schools so […]

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report


The final weeks of 2012 brought both  excellent and  tough days of fishing on Mosquito Lagoon. Some days the weather was perfect, on others, we had high winds, clouds, and cold that dropped water temperatures by 15 degrees or more. One the good days, there were schools of tailing redfish in every direction. On others, […]

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report


Fishing in Mosquito Lagoon during November offered some excellent sight fishing opportunities for redfish and large seatrout. Many of the redfish are in schools that range from 25 -200 fish. On calm days they can be found tailing on the shallow flats in search of crabs, shrimp, and marine worms. A school of tailing redfish […]

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report


Prior to the passing of Hurricane Sandy, our east coast Lagoons had been clearing and the fishing was excellent. The storm bought some significant rain and wind but it has been the past few days that have brought even higher winds and near record cold. The water level is over a foot higher than it […]