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  • Capt. Michael Savedow / Edgewater River Guide offers Florida Mosquito Lagoon Flats Fishing and Indian River inshore saltwater fishing charters. See my website at http://EdgewaterRiverGuide.com/ Call me anytime at 386-689-3781 Located near Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, & Orlando CHILDREN WELCOME - FAIR PRICES Trips for 1 to 4 people

  • Mosquito Lagoon New Smyrna Daytona Beach Backwaters

    Springtimebackcountry catching is in full swing here at Mosquito Lagoon andIndian River, water temperatures haverisen through the 60’s to the low 70’s bringing the migration ofgame fish through the area, jack crevalle, bluefish, ladyfish,pompano, bait fish like mullet, glass minnows andpilchards. Residentfish seatrout, redfish, sheepshead, snappers, and black drum alsofeeding on the bait schools and the local shrimp which run here inspring, making a live shrimp hard to beat for a go to bait.Multiple hookups are fun with schooling fish and sometimes surfaceaction with attacks on baitfish and shrimp on the top. Local Lindabrought her friends here visiting for spring out with me recently, wehad a few good seatrout along with all the other fun species, Lindahad the best speck of the morning……




    FriendLori caught the biggest jack crevalle of the trip………………




    Lastminute trip on a recent afternoon Bryan and friend from Kansas Cityhad lots of fun catching fish species they never caught beforeincluding the star of the trip a 5 lb. black drum……………….




    Longtimeregular clients Dr Ed and son Matt who was home from college onspring break had another fun back water trip including severalquality speckled trout, Matt had the largest………………




    ButDr Ed got a speck almost as big between all the fun jacks andsheepshead…………….




    Speakingof sheepshead, they are always here to be caught through the winterand spring months, Billwith a nice one……




    Almostalways some surprise catches on most trips in the backcountry, thistime it was a serious 4 lb. Florida pompano caught by Frank…………….

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    Jackcrevalle are widespread through the waterway in spring, if they areswimming, they are eating and hard pulling making for always fun rodbending, Zak battledthis one on light tackle……………….

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