Orlando Fishing

Late Summer

Summer has come to a close, finally. Even though temps are starting to SLOWLY get lower, the fishing still remains hot. The bigger redfish have been eating extremely well, when located. That has been the challenge due to the algae bloom in Mosquito Lagoon and Indian river. The water has been off color and locating and staying with the schools have been tough somedays and easy on other days. Capt. Scott and I have been mainly targeting these large redfish on flies and lures. When conditions aren’t allowing us to locate them, we have been sightfishing in shallow water for 3-8lb redfish. The Seatrout bite has slowed due also to the off colored water. Live bait has been the ticket to getting the Seatrout bite.

Capt. Nick


Mosquito Lagoon Weather

  • Wind: WSW at 23 mph gusting to 30 mph
  • Clouds: Scattered Clouds
  • Temperature: 79°F
  • Sunrise: 7:25 am GMT-5
  • Sunset: 6:50 pm GMT-5

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