As we enter the last month of our fall fishing patterns, the bite remains strong and has produced some great days of fishing around the New Smyrna Beach area. Comfortable temperatures and great fishing make this one of the best times of year to fish in this area.
In the New Smyrna Beach area, redfish and snook have both been providing some great fishing on many days recently and should continue to do so through November. There are still some tarpon around as well and when the opportunity presents itself we target them. The number of days we have chances at the tarpon will mainly depend on how soon it cools down, but in the mean time when they are feeding, it’s always a possibility.
To the south of New Smyrna Beach in Mosquito Lagoon, we have had some high water levels from the hurricane we had last month, but they have subsided and the fishing is once again giving us some fun days. Sight fishing for lagoon species can be at its best for the next few months so we are really looking forward to the cooler weather season on the flats. Redfish, sea trout and large black drum are all species to target during the coming months.
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Capt. Billy Rotne
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