Hey it’s Captain Mike Ortego The Florida Fisherman here with your central Florida Fishing report for August 27th and the upcoming weekend. On the sweet water I have been getting reports of good numbers being caught in the Harris Chain. Flukes and frogs been producing big fish there.
Inshore reports from the Mosquito Lagoon to Ponce and in Sebastian have been filled with good trout and redfish catches. Next week the FWC will be meeting in Pensacola to review the closure of snook season. Hopefully I’ll be able to report the reopening of snook season here in the next week or so.
Offshore the cobia are still hanging around the nearshore wrecks out of New Smyrna and there has been some bruiser amberjacks caught out there as well
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Hey Captain Mike Ortego The Florida Fisherman here with your central Florida Fishing report for July 16th and the upcoming weekend
Inshore Sebastian has been the land of giants, big redfish and snook are being caught around the inlet from both boats and the pier. Over to the north lagoon the tarpon bite has increased with reports of good numbers from Turner Flats to Edgewater.
In lake Atlantic the Sailfish bite has been hot in 120 to 200 feet of water. The kingfish bite has increased between Pelican flats and 8A and Cobia can still be found from 8A to Ponce anywhere from 40 -80 feet.
On the freshwater front Orange Lake in Ocala has produced good numbers flipping , with the days getting hotter some great bass are being caught deep in the grass.
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Captain Mike Ortego The Florida Fisherman here with your central Florida Fishing report for July 9th and the upcoming week.
Offshore! The cobia bite has gotten even better out of the Port. Finding clean water has been essential as the cobes have been found free swimming or accompanying rays. Out of New Smyrna Tarpon have been showing up in good numbers off the beach. However the pogy pods seem to be thinning out so make sure to give yourself plenty of time for searching and wrangling up those livies.
Hey this is Captain Mike Ortego The Florida Fisherman with your central Florida Fishing report for the week of June 28th and the upcoming Fourth of July weekend.
On the freshwater front Lake Istapoga is hot using soft plastics over matted hydrilla. Big bass are hitting in Lake Toho there isn’t much hydrilla but big 10 inch worms around the Goblets cove area has been doing the trick.
The Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River has been heating up with some great fishing. The water levels are low which has been providing some great shots at tailing fish. Also this is the time of year that the Big Bull redfish start to school up and feed hard getting ready for their spawn.