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Indian River Lagoon Fishing Report, Port Canaveral Fishing Report by John Kumiski (10/05/2013)
The mullet are running. Fishing along the beach has been hot!
Orlando Saltwater Tarpon Fishing Report by John Kumiski (6/09/2013)
Early in the week we had outstanding, world class tarpon fishing off the beaches around Port Canaveral.
Port Canaveral Fishing Report and more by John Kumiski (9/18/2011)
mullet are running didn't find many fish
6/12/10 full-day trip by Eric Kropp (6/21/2010)
ran a full-day trip on the ODYSSEY. bottom fished then trolled.
6/11/10 bottom / troll trip by Eric Kropp (6/20/2010)
6/11/10 bottom/ troll trip aboard the Odyssey out of Port Canaveral
6/10/10 bottom trip by Eric Kropp (6/20/2010)
did a full-day bottom trip on 6/10/10. the fishing was hard but we made it work.
6/07/10 full day trip trolling and bottom fishing by Eric Kropp (6/20/2010)
we kingfished first then we whent bottom fishing
6/5/10 PC bottom trip by Eric Kropp (6/06/2010)
had a full day bottom-troll trip today. the bottom bite was steady and the troll was slow.
East Central Florida Fishing Outlook, June 2010 by Tom Van Horn (6/05/2010)
Light tackle fishing outlook for Florida's east central coast.
kings on brevard reef by Eric Kropp (6/01/2010)
hot kingfish bite on the brevard reef today.
Port Canaveral Fishing by Keith Mixon (4/30/2010)
In the past week, cobia continue to hit bright colored buck tail lures as well as live eels when fished near the buoy line just outside Port Canaveral. “Hook Up Lures” in 5/8 ounce (model 117, tan/orange color) have worked well on days with abundant sunshine.
Lets Go Fishing by Keith Mixon (4/10/2010)
Sheepshead measuring up to five pounds have been caught near the jetties, barnacle covered pilings, and other structure. Also, cobia weighing up to seventy pounds has lost the tug of war battle just south of Port Canaveral. Live eels and bright colored buck tail jigs have been used to catch these fish.
Go Fish by Keith Mixon (3/12/2010)
During the past week, slot size redfish measuring up to twenty two inches have been caught when using a Nemire’s ¼ ounce Red Ripper Gold Spoon Lure. Most of these redfish have been caught near pot holes in two to three feet of water near Scottsmoor located north of Titusville, Florida.
Fishing in Janurary by Keith Mixon (1/09/2010)
In the past week only a few species of fish have been willing to bite a hook. Around Port Canaveral, sheepshead have been hitting shrimp when fished near barnacle covered pilings and other structure.
East Central Florida Fishing Outlook, October 2009 by Tom Van Horn (9/29/2009)
Fishing Forecast for East Central Florida
Light Tackle Action by Keith Mixon (8/27/2009)
Around Port Canaveral, mangrove snapper continue to aggressively feed on live shrimp around the jetties. In addition, large jacks have been attacking top water lures and scented jerk baits throughout the port.
Space Coast Fishing by Keith Mixon (8/14/2009)
In the past week, mangrove snapper have not been able to resist live shrimp when fished inside Port Canaveral. During an outgoing tide, a free lined shrimp has worked very well around the jetties, docks and other structure.
Sunrise Fishing Port Canaveral, Banana River by Keith Mixon (7/23/2009)
In the past week, the black drum bite has been hot around the spoil islands in the Banana River near the "No Motor Zone". Around Port Canaveral, flounder have continued to bite a wide variety of artificial and fresh dead baits along sandy bottoms throughout the port.
Summertime Door Mats by Keith Mixon (7/16/2009)
Inside Port Canaveral, flounder measuring up to twenty inches have been caught on sandy bottoms near pilings, docks, and other structure on both live and artificial bait. Snook fishing at night has also been good near the North jetty at Port Canaveral.
7/11/2009 - Port Canaveral summertime Snapper, Grouper, & Cobia by John Adair (7/12/2009)
Great day to be on the water with the snapper, grouper and cobia chewin
Half Day 7/10/09 by John Adair (7/12/2009)
Half day for Clayton Hooks, Justin and Stephen Adams. Caught a limit of 8 Kings and one undersized Cobia released
Summertime Red Snapper by John Adair (7/09/2009)
Charter party caught 8 keeper red snapper from 8 to 18 pounds
Kings Are In by Tim Altman (6/10/2009)
16 miles is all you have to go to catch quality Kings and Mahi.
East Central Florida Fishing Outlook by Tom Van Horn (6/04/2009)
Light tackle saltwater fishing forecast.
Indian River Trout by Keith Mixon (6/04/2009)
Top water lures such as MirrOLure's (16mr808) Mirromullet with a black back and orange belly have worked well from as early as one hour before sun up to 9:30 am, and again during the last few hours of the day. Also, live bait fish such as mullet or a pinfish under a cork has worked well later in the day until around noon in about four to six feet of water.
Red Hot Fishing by Keith Mixon (5/29/2009)
In the last few days of snook season, my clients have had many opportunities to catch snook in and around Port Canaveral. Many of these fish have measured 24 to 38 inches in length. When fishing the flats, large "gator" trout can not resist a live pigfish, pinfish, or mullet when fished under a popping cork. Many of these large trout have been caught in three to four feet of water during low light conditions.
Snook At the Port by Keith Mixon (5/14/2009)
Around Port Canaveral, snook have been caught on a variety of live and artificial baits near the jetties, docks and the S.R. 401 bridge located at the west end of the port. Live mullet, pinfish, and shrimp have worked well when free lined near these structures at night.
Sarrgassum, slicks, and structure.....Oh My. by Tim Altman (5/12/2009)
Mahi are still scattered from 150-?. Look for clean water with bait.
Mahi are late but here by Tim Altman (5/03/2009)
Mahi are being caught a little late this year.
More Donks, And the Mahi have arrived. by Tim Altman (4/08/2009)
The Dorado have arrived slowly but surely.
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