Native Sons Fishing Guides, Central Florida & Indian River Lagoon Fishing Charters

July 29, 2006

It seems the only thing hotter than the temperatures along our coasts this time of year is the fishing – and it has been scorching hot! The monster redfish (some weighing in the 30-40 lb range) are schooling in several choice locations in the northern Indian River Lagoon system while their hard-fighting ‘slot-sized’ cousins seem to be everywhere. The large ‘gator-trout’ are in feeding frenzies as they are replenishing their weight and energy after their late spring/early summer spawn and we are finding them in abundance in sandy potholes from Titusville to Ft. Pierce. The tarpon are active along the beaches, in the inlet and rivers and even in the residential canals and boat basins. And the snook fishing does not get any better than this time of year as we are finding them along the sandy sides of islands, under mangroves and in the Inlet. It seems like the hardest part of our day seems to be deciding which species to pursue and where we want to catch them.

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