Mosquito Lagoon is a unique fishery located north of Cape Canaveral and south of New Smyrna Beach Florida. Redfish, Speckled Trout, Snook, Tarpon, Black Drum and more can all be found when fishing in Mosquito Lagoon. Sight fishing in Mosquito Lagoon is extremely popular as the shallow, clear glass flats are full of redfish and speckled trout. Fishing occurs year round in Mosquito Lagoon, there are no slow months.
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The Indian River Lagoon begins north of Titusville, Florida and stretches approximately 150 miles to the south to Jupiter. The northern sections of the Indian River Lagoon are famous for record size redfish and speckled trout. The southern portions of the Indian River Lagoon are famous for record size speckled trout and snook. There are many ways to fish the Indian River Lagoon; from sight fishing grass flats to working docks and bridge structure. Fishing occurs year round in the Indian River Lagoon, with few slow months.
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Ponce Inlet is the access point to the Atlantic Ocean for fishing around New Smyrna Beach and Daytona Beach. The backwaters around Ponce Inlet are creeks that are full of oyster beds, sand bars and mangrove shorelines. Redfish, Speckled Trout, Snook, Tarpon, Flounder, Black Drum and Sharks are all commonly caught when fishing around New Smyrna Beach and Ponce Inlet. While there are some sight fishing opportunities, most fishing done around New Smyrna Beach and Ponce Inlet is done with jigs, plugs, and/or live bait. Fishing around the New Smyrna area can be seasonal, usually coinciding with large baitfish migrations moving in or out of Ponce Inlet.
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You can also view an aerial map of the Mosquito Lagoon and North Indian River Lagoon