Fallfishing patterns have arrived here in Mosquito Lagoon and the IndianRiver at New Smyrna Beach, big schools of finger mullet cover thewaters surface at first light with Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, and morebusting them with white water crashes, casting lures or bait in themix for a fast hook up. The water level is still high but prettyclear in the backcountry, thefirst couple seasonal cold fronts arriving to East Central Floridathis week, with north winds, night time temps in the 50’s,beginning the process of lowering our water temps as we move towardswinter. Cool water patterns emerging in the backcountry like schoolsof Seatrout bunching up in holes and on drop off edges, also schoolsof small Redfish beginning to group together, and bigger lagoon Redswill start to school up as water temps drop. Catching here in thebackcountry is always a variety of species, lately catches on mytrips in addition to the fish already mentioned have included Snook,Snapper, Sheepshead, Black Drum, Flounder,Whitingand Pompano. As always we are also doing some flats fishing, huntingReds and Trout on the grass flats of Mosquito Lagoon, regular localclient Robert was along with me again recently,poling the shallows for sight fishing, always more of a funbut challengingtype of fishing, this morning landing severalRedfish ……

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Firsttime client sisters Barbara and Eleanor came on a cool, windyafternoon backcountry charter, we fished holes protected from thebreeze catching the usual different species, Barbara with the bestfish of the trip a nice Snook……………

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Johnfrom Nashvilleset up a trip for him and his friends when they visited the arearecently, choosing mixed bag variety fishing for the lots ofcatching, thefish cooperated well with many different species, including a niceFlounder caught by Reed……………







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……...Reedalso got the best Trout of the many specks caught………………….

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Repeatclients alsofrom Tennessee out on another trip had multiple backcountry slams ofsmaller size Redfish, Snook, and Seatrout, along with lots of funJacks and Ladyfish, dad Randy also caught a couple nice size BlackDrum……………….

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………….daughterin law Amanda with one of the many good size high jumping Ladyfishcaught………………

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Asthe last few years have gone on, Snook have been a daily catch hereagain after the big freeze years back in the early 2010’s was veryhard on our central Florida Snook population as Sean found out……………….

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