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Port Canaveral Fishing Report by John Kumiski (10/13/2013)
The water was dirty, bait hard to find, and fishing slow this week the days I went out.
Cocoa Beach Flats Fishing Report by Drew Cavanaugh (9/18/2012)
Cleaner waters are starting to prevail. If the patterns of the weather continue the fishing will also begin to improve.
Coldfront Inshore Firefights by Richard Bradley (1/04/2011)
January coldfront fishing can be as spectacular as a Florida sunrise on the Banana River Lagoon over Cocoa Beach.
Banana River Fishing by Keith Mixon (11/01/2010)
During the past week, several redfish have been willing to bite both artificial and fresh dead baits when fished near the bottom. At first light, Nemire’s ½ ounce Spin Ripper has enticed several slot size reds into biting. Retrieving this lure just above the grass flats near pot holes and drop offs is the key for a successful hookup.
Bass Fishing Cocoa Beach FL Report by Eddie Bussard (6/14/2010)
Trophy Bass Fishing Minutes From Cocoa Beach FL On The World Famous St Johns River With Captain Ed Bussard and Bass Challenger Guide Service
Brevard County Fishing by Keith Mixon (5/15/2010)
Slot size redfish and black drum measuring up to twenty-one inches have been hitting both live and dead baits when fished on the bottom throughout the Haulover Canal. Cut mullet and lady fish have enticed many black drum to bite near the bridge when rigged on a circle hook.
Tight lines by Keith Mixon (4/25/2010)
During the past week several slot size reds have been willing to bite live pinfish when fished just off the bottom. Many of these fish have been caught near mangrove shorelines along drop offs in three feet of water or less near the eastern shoreline of the Banana River.
Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island Fishing Report by Ron Presley (4/08/2010)
The warmer weather is improving the bite. Artifical baits are working well.
Top Water Action by Keith Mixon (3/27/2010)
In the past week, trout have been hitting a wide variety of top water lures when fished along the eastern shoreline of the Indian River as well as the western shoreline of the No Motor Zone. When fishing inside the No Motor Zone, low light conditions have been very productive while wading the flats in three feet of water or less.
Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island Fishing Report by Ron Presley (3/12/2010)
After the cold weather fish kill it is very encouraging to see large numbers of snook swimming the flats. They are still in a little shock but hopefully they will be fine.
Big Redfish In No Motor Zone Fly Fishing From Kayak by John Kumiski (3/07/2010)
fly fishing from a kayak was the ticket for some big fish this week.
Fishing With Old Man Winter by Keith Mixon (2/20/2010)
In the past week, strong winds and cold temperatures have made it nearly impossible to fish. With this in mind, I was still able to find a few fish near spoil islands inside the Thousand Islands.
Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island Fishing Report by Ron Presley (2/11/2010)
Anglers should choose quality batteries and trolling motors when equiping their boat. Match the trolling motor to the type of fishing you do.
Cocoa Beach Fishing Report by Shawn Williams (2/02/2010)
Light tackle sight fishing with Captain Keven Fischer. Fishing the Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River Lagoon for redfish, snook, trout, and tarpon.
Cocoa Beach Fishing Report by Shawn Williams (2/02/2010)
Light tackle sight fishing with Captain Keven Fischer. Fishing the Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River Lagoon for redfish, snook, trout, and tarpon.
Cocoa Beach Fishing by Keith Mixon (1/28/2010)
Near Port Canaveral, Pompano continue to aggressively feed on cut clams, sand fleas, and shrimp. Low tide, a light west wind, and seas two feet or less are ideal conditions for catching pompano.
The Devastating Fish Kill Needs to be Documented by Ron Presley (1/14/2010)
The cold weather has been hard on the fish population. The Snook Foundation is asking for help in documenting the magnitude of the kill.
Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island Fishing Report by Ron Presley (12/18/2009)
Winter time can be good black drum and sheepshead fishing. Even sightfishing sheepshead is a possibility.
Get your snapper while you can! by Tim Altman (12/17/2009)
Snapper and kings are going crazy!Get out and get some pinks.
Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island Fishing Report by Ron Presley (11/11/2009)
When it's windy practice can result in imporved skills and techniques. Do it when you are not on the water.
November Fishing by Keith Mixon (11/06/2009)
Black drum have been caught near the "No Motor Zone" in the Banana River around spoil islands and channel drop offs. Live bait (mullet and shrimp) rigged on circle hooks or artificial lures (scented jerk baits) hooked weedless have worked well for a solid hook up.
Still More Beach Tarpon! by John Kumiski (10/18/2009)
There are still tarpon along the Brevard County beaches.
More beach tarpon and more! by John Kumiski (10/11/2009)
tarpon still plentiful along ATlantic beaches!
Beach Tarpon Fishing The Mullet Run by John Kumiski (10/05/2009)
Tarpon, sharks, bluefish, Spanish mackerel and more all eating during the mullet run.
Banana River Trout Fishing by Keith Mixon (9/24/2009)
At first light, several trout measuring up to twenty inches have been willing to bite both live shrimp and mullet when rigged on a circle hook. With a quiet approach, clients have caught several of these trout in three to four feet of water when fished near schools of bait.
Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island Fishing Report by Ron Presley (9/20/2009)
Marine injures can result in a trip to the doctor. Take all injuries seriouly.
Banana River Reds by Keith Mixon (9/03/2009)
Large trout have been caught in the Banana River in areas along the S.R. 520 when using Storm's 3/8 ounce Rattlin' Saltwater Chug Bug (color 207). The average weight of these trout has been nearly three pounds with an occasional larger fish.
Banana River Fishing by Keith Mixon (8/19/2009)
Throughout the Banana River early morning fishing has paid off for sea trout. During this time of year it is not uncommon to see many anglers targeting trout before first light.
Cocoa Beach Report by Kevin Fischer (8/14/2009)
Light tackle fishing for some of Floridas top game fish.
Night Time Is The Right Time Fishing Banana River, Port Canaveral by Keith Mixon (8/07/2009)
With the full moon upon us, top water lures have worked exceptionally well along the flats in three feet of water or less. Large "gator" trout weighing up to five pounds have not been able to resist MirrOlures MR16 when fished with a slow retrieve.
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