A Short Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report
Only got out one day this week, on Mosquito Lagoon with Tammy. Thank you for reading this short Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report!
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Launched the Mitzi at Beacon 42 around 8 am, so we missed whatever early morning bite there might have been. Worked the outside of the clinkers for an hour, to the tune of two trout. It was overcast, water was not clean, and there was significant wind. Impossible to see anything.
Floated across the flat inside of Tiger Shoal to the running lane. Tammy got a single redfish blind casting.
Worked a couple lee shorelines in the pole-troll zone- nothing.
By this time the wind had changed direction, to NE, and increased in intensity. We ran back over to the clinkers and worked the inside. I got a dink red.
Ceiling was getting lower and rain was in the picture, so we headed back to the ramp, trailering the boat about 2 pm. Two other guys came in, said they hooked and lost a “big” snook, and caught about 30 trout. They were not where we were. As soon as we drove away the skies opened up.
Got the following report by email from Robert Knowles-
“My first time ever in the lagoon. Took kayak out of WSEG and headed North. Fished all the islands up to about a mile I guess. Started top water with no hits at all. Went to a jerk bait had a couple small hits. Hooked a nice trout on shad tail but being new to kayak fishing out there, it got off. I am able to stand in my kayak and did see a couple reds. At about 11am while fishing a jerk bait on a jig head I caught and released a slot red on the point of one of those islands. It was a blind cast. I am still learning the area (your class was extremely helpful in this).”
Thank you for the report, Robert!
That’s this week’s short Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report! Thanks for reading!
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