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Old 05-02-2011, 07:14 PM
CaptMikeSavedow CaptMikeSavedow is offline
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Summer Inshore Saltwater Report/Daytona/NewSmyrna/Orlando/Florida

April has had a great steady bite and super weather with Seatrout continuing to be my main attraction. However with summer coming soon we will be hunting Redfish again on Mosquito Lagoon. The Reds will begin to spread out in small schools and single fish again as the water warms, fishing with live and fresh cut baitfish will become the main technique for Reds. The flats of Mosquito Lagoon will be alive with large schools of mullet which attract the attention of Reds and Trout as the grazing baitfish flush shrimp and baby crabs out of the grassy bottom making for easy meals for the game fish. Backcountry mixed bag fishing also remains good through the summer for a more easy going style of fishing catching lots of different types of saltwater fish. Here are a couple of pictures of clients from recent charter trips, Lorin with a great Seatrout and Dr Ray and Jeff with a double on hard fighting Jack Crevalle.

Come fish with me on beautiful Mosquito Lagoon, summer is coming soon with its beautiful calm mornings and the surface of the inshore saltwater lagoon is alive with marine life. By late morning we usually have a great cooling easterly sea breeze which feels great on a summer day. As we are out hunting for fun saltwater fish we will be seeing lots of wildlife up close and personal near the boat with Dolphins and Manatees on just about every trip. If you are looking for a little challenge, we will go for Redfish and Seatrout on the grass flats by sight fishing in 1 to 2 feet of water, as I pole my boat over the clear shallow waters, we will hunt for Mosquito Lagoon Redfish. If you are looking for a more laid back trip, summer is a great time to try one of my Indian River Backcountry trips in the north end of the Lagoon, this is mixed bag fishing for Seatrout, Redfish, Black Drum, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, & other saltwater fish. On the average summer Backcountry trip we catch 10 to 15 or more different species of fish. You never know what will bite with this type of fishing, mainly drift fishing while free lining live shrimp on light tackle make for lots of rod bending and drag pulling. Fun for experienced anglers and an easy way for less experienced anglers to be successful at catching lots of fish.
.We will pick the best choice of which type trip will be the best for “catching” on your day out with me depending on your preferences for a fun day.
Capt. Michael Savedow
386-689-3781
http://www.EdgewaterRiverGuide.com
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