<p>Fishing has slowed down a little along Florida's Space Coast reports Captain Keith Mixon (www.mixinworkwithplay.com). Rainy conditions have limited the amount of time spent on the water during the day. However, these conditions have not stopped the fish from biting altogether. With the full moon occurring this past Tuesday, night fishing has been good along the flats in the North end of the Indian River north of Titusville. Small top water lures have worked well around schools of mullet in two to three feet of water. In addition, live shrimp and pigfish have also provided some solid hook ups when attached to a popping cork in four feet of water or less. During calm mornings and evenings, small schools of tailing redfish have been targeted along the western shore of Mosquito Lagoon. Several reds have been willing to hit surface lures such as MirrOlure's 16MR when fished near schools of bait fish. With a closed season, snook have been hitting pig fish near light docks and other structure around Port Canaveral. Most of these fish have measured up to 30 inches.
About The Author: Captain Keith Mixon
Company: Mixin Work With Play Fishing Charters
Area Reporting: Indian & Banana Rivers, Cocoa Beach, Fl
Bio: Captain's Bio: Captain Keith Mixon I am a Florida native who has fished all over this great state for 35 years. My specialty is fishing for redfish, trout, snook and flounder on light tackle. I am USCG licensed and insured and will provide you with a friendly, professional & fun guided day along Florida's Space Coast. My sponsors are: Bass Assassin, PowerPro, Ocean Potion Sunscreen, The Ledger & King Sailfish Mounts. Contact me @ 321-212-8484 or www.mixinworkwithplay.com