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Capt. Michael Savedow

Florida New Years/DaytonaBch/Orlando/NewSmyrna/Charters

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Welcome to 2013, we have had a great year of fishing here on Mosquito Lagoon Florida, ending with a fun December, winter cold has set in, water temp has been 55”F in the open water and lower on the flats in the morning. Our sunny pretty winter days are prime sight fishing with clear water and schooling shallow water Redfish, select size live shrimp being my bait of choice for sight casting Reds. Seatrout are also schooled up in winter, difference being many of the Trout schools are in deeper water on drop offs and in slough holes, artificial lures work great for them, jigs with Gulp shrimp or soft plastic tails to get it on the bottom where the fish are in cold water. Here is young Ethan with a great 29” Redfish he caught first thing in the morning last week, sight cast from a school we were watching swim around in front of us at our first stop.

 

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Here you get to see me as my clients made me pose with this nice Red because I hooked him from atop my poling platform and handed the rod off to the customer to reel in.

 

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Brothers Alex and Zach each caught a few nice Reds along with their dad Fred on the fun family trip when the 3 of them went with me a couple weeks ago.

 

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A cool 7 spot Redfish caught by a bundled up lady client on a chilly morning.

 

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And Stan with his best Trout on a charter trip which Larry and him caught several good reds and a few nice Trout.

 

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Mixed bag fishing trips are also always fun here in the Edgewater Backcountry, winter pattern mostly with Trout, a few Redfish, usually lots of Bluefish, with the chance of a few Sheepshead or Black Drum, and usually a couple other species in the mix.

 

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Capt. Michael Savedow

Edgewater River Guide, Inc.

386-689-3781

email> EdgewaterRiverGuide@cfl.rr.com

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I think we'll be seeing you for a day or maybe two in late Feb. Very much looking forward to it.


" My choices in life were either to be a piano player in a whore house or a politician. And to tell the truth, there's hardly any difference!" - Harry Truman, 33rd US President

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As am I. Bobbi has fished offshore from the Keys but never in the shallow areas and I've never done either (mostly freshwater for me) so it seemed like a great honeymoon trip for a couple of old fuds. We plan to start at Sugarloaf key with a stop as we head back north in Key Largo, New Smyrna Beach, and any other places that look interesting. I plan to get lots of photos and post details of the trip after we get home.

 

The more I read about that area, the more interesting it looks.

 

Whet my appetite a little. What species are we likely to get down your way - the weather being decent as it hopefully will in late February before the bugs get active. :D :D


" My choices in life were either to be a piano player in a whore house or a politician. And to tell the truth, there's hardly any difference!" - Harry Truman, 33rd US President

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On the afternoon trip, we will probably be fishing the backcountry area of New Smyrna to Edgewater, Seatrout and Bluefish can make up the most bites, however other possible catches include Redfish, Sheepshead, Black Drum, mabye Ladyfish and Jack Crevalle depenfing on water temps at that time. If we also get to do a morning flats fishing trip the main target would be redfish and seatrout.

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