Saltwater Fishing Near Orlando and Daytona Beach
in 40 to 60 ft of water between Daytona Beach and the Cape.There are plenty
of Pogie pods just off the beach and this is keeping the Cobia and Tarpon
in the area.King Fish are scattered along the East Coast as well and this
should only get better.Last year we caught a lot of Kings in the 30 to 40 pound
range during the month of June just off the beach.Slow trolling live bait is a
sure way to have plenty of hook ups.Sight fishing for the Cobia is great fun
and we have been using 1 1/4 oz pink and blue jig's on these big fish.
Most of the Cobia have been in schools of three and four fish.
The Redfish have been hitting a topwater the first few hours of the morning
in less then 18 inches of water.Once the sun gets up we have been casting
a gold 1/4 oz spoon in the pot holes on the flats and catching some slot size Reds.
Cut Lady Fish cast to the bigger schools of Redfish has been working well for
us during the heat of the day.
Trout fishing is picking up.Pig fish season is just around the corner and that makes
for some great Trout action on the edge of the grass flats.Anchor just off the grass
edge and cast the Pig Fish back to the grass and let him free swim.This is great action for the kids and we catch Trout up to 10 pounds every year using this method.
Thanks From Capt Ed Bussard's Saltwater Adventures Guiding Clients To
Trophy Fish In Central Florida For Over 30 Years.
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About The Author: Captain Eddie Bussard
Company: Bass Challenge Guide Service
Area Reporting: Orlando Area Fishing Guide
Bio: Captain Ed Bussard and Bass Challenger Guide Service Guiding Clients To Trophy Bass In Central Florida For Over 28 Years.