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

Mar. 31, 2009 – More March Madness

The following reports were written by Capt. Peter Deeks, Jr. Peter guided these charters during the last days of March.

One of our frequent flyer clients, Howell Riggs from Huntsville, Alabama, kicks off our fishing reports. Howell wanted to get Michael, his good friend and fishing partner, on some of the Space Coast’s giant trout, redfish, and snook. We fished for two days. On the first day, we targeted trout and redfish on the Banana River for an afternoon half-day trip. Howell and Michael, landed a handful of redfish and trout including this 25 plus pound redfish.

On the second day, our goal was to target giant trout and snook before a nasty cold front was due to roll through our region. We fished a stretch of the Indian River in the Ft. Pierce area with big live baits. We landed six or so trout including this 32 inch trophy in the picture below. The front arrived around noon and shut the fish down before we were able to get on the snook.

Our next report features a nice family from Orlando. Ashraf, Ali, and Aisha wanted to spend a relaxing morning out on the Indian River, and do a little redfish and trout fishing. We started the day off targeting large trout around docks, and fished schools of redfish for the rest of the morning. Our final tally was nine redfish and three trout – with all the trout being between 24 and 27 inches. Aisha was the hero of the day putting the boys to shame by catching the most and biggest fish.

Our final report starred a pair of father and son duos. These fellows had been canceled by another guide at the last minute fearing the windy weather forecast. We fished from my 22 foot Pathfinder which provided a smooth and dry ride on the bumpy Banana River. The two sons out-fished their dads on the day by catching redfish and trout.

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