Orlando Fishing

June – Mid July

Summer is here in full force. After a dry hot beginning, the summer rains have finally arrived. With these rains comes cooler water temps in the morning. We have been finding redfish in the shallowest water backing and tailing in the early a.m. A well placed fly or live shrimp usually results in a hook up. Top water flies or non weighted flies have been working best. The seatrout bite has been good to great, depending on the day. Topwater flies and plugs have worked well if there is a absense of floating grass. If the grass becomes a problem, clousers or baitfish patterns have produced bites. Soft plastics and jigs have been the ticket with light tackle. The larger redfish have remained consistent. with some days better then others. The key is being able to see them. Tarpon have began to make thier presence in the mosquito lagoon and indian river. The tarpon bite will only get better the later in summer we get.


Mosquito Lagoon Weather

  • Wind: WSW at 23 mph gusting to 30 mph
  • Clouds: Scattered Clouds
  • Temperature: 79°F
  • Sunrise: 7:17 am GMT-5
  • Sunset: 5:49 pm GMT-5

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