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AnglersNet.co.uk 's very own Newt and his wife Bobbi came fishing with me for a few days in October, having been with me on many trips before, I always a great fun time fishing with them. The high light of our trips was our Redfish trip on the flats here at Mosquito Lagoon, conditions still being high water we concentrated on shoreline fishing where Reds like to be in flood high water. Our flats trip a big success catch and release on 14 Redfish up to 28". Newt being an artifical lure specialist also caught several Seatrout on soft plastic lures. Here is Bobbi with a good Redfish..........................

 

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And Newt not to be out done with a quality Redfish which took the white soft plastic jerk bait.......................

 

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We also had a much fun on afternoon mixed bag backcountry fishing trips, catching Trout, Sheepshead, Jacks, Snapper, and a couple Redfish, Bobbi with a few of the other species we caught...........................

 

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I will be looking for ward to fishing with Newt and Bobbi again next year !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

Water levels have returned to a lower normal after the flood levels of last month here on the flats of Mosquito Lagoon Florida. Redfish can again be found over the spotty bottom, grass edges, flats drop offs, and locations back to a normal water depth of 1 to 2 feet deep. Clarity is improving as water temperatures drop with the seasonal cooling taking place here in the New Smyrna / Daytona Beach / Orlando area. As winter nears, water will become clear and colder through out all of our coastal inland saltwater backcountry, temperatures now around 70’ will continue dropping to winter levels of upper 50’s to low 60’s by years end. Redfish will begin their winter schooling pattern as temps chill and water levels continue lower also during our dry season coupled with prevailing north winds. Bait fish will be less prevalent, moving feeding patterns more to shrimp for the winter months, smaller size baits and lures will be the best bet during the cold water patterns to come which will then be in place until next spring.

 

Amanda, John, and Shawn caught 5 Redfish up to 26” on a breezy day during October, Amanda with one of her fish from the morning...............................

 

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Another flood water flats trip with Bryant and Doc from North Carolina, and Darrell from Minnesota was much fun catching 5 Reds to 25” and 2 quality Seatrout including this 26.5” speck landed by Darrell.................................

 

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Fred, Connie, and 80 year old Bob had a fun Redfish trip on another breezy fall day catching 10 Reds topped by the 31.5” fish battled by Fred............................

 

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Bob caught a beautiful 9 spot Redfish ................................

 

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MOSQUITO LAGOON FLATS FISHING AND INDIAN RIVER

BACKCOUNTRY MIXED BAG SALTWATER FISHING TRIPS

Capt. Michael Savedow

Edgewater River Guide, Inc. Since 2003
386-689-3781
email> EdgewaterRiverGuide@cfl.rr.com

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Trips with Mike are great fun. He knows the waters and how to put you on fish which is always nice. :D :D

 

We booked for 3 days next October but this time I'll give in to age a little and not do 3 days running. Mon, Wed, Fri should work out a little better. :fishing:


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