• New Smyrna Beach Mosquito Lagoon Backcountry June 2017

    Edgewater River Guide
    (386) 689-3781 http://www.EdgewaterRiverGuide.com EdgewaterRiverGuide@gmail.com
  • 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

  • New Smyrna Beach Mosquito Lagoon Backcountry June 2017

    Summer2017 has been off to a great start for IndianRiver and MosquitoLagoon backcountry fishing here at New Smyrna Beach Florida, waterquality remains good, large numbersof bait fish schools through out the area, with mullet, pilchard, andmenhaden. Morning weather has been great with pretty skies, lightwinds, and backwatersfull of life, early morning surface striking game fish like Seatrout,Jack Crevalle, and Ladyfish eating minnows as well as jumping shrimp,on the edges and deeper holes we have also been catching Redfish,Black Drum, a few Snook, aswell as summer Whiting, Croakers, Spots, and lots of MangroveSnapper, most eatingour live shrimp baits.Hunting Redfish on the grass flats of the Lagoon is a fun summerchallenge to find and cast to shallow water Reds, regular clientRobert from Daytona out with me recently got to see tailing Redfish,casting to a small school hooking up with this 28” fish alsocatching a couple other Reds and several Seatrout………………..

    Regular client Don also fromDaytona brought his visiting friend along on another back countrytrip catching all the usual different species along with a qualitysize Seatrout………………

    Repeat client Dwayne andfamily had a fun time on another back waters variety fishing tripwith lots of catching, 9 year old Alex caught the big one a fineBlack Drum…………………

    Donfrom Texas brought his son, nephew, andsister again on anothermixed bag trip while on their annual Florida vacation, another funtrip with several Black Drum, Seatrout, Snapper, Jacks, Ladyfish anda few Snook including this nice 2 foot linesider caught by Don……………..

    Newclients Pat and Chuck from Palm Coast Florida had a great time in thebackcountry catching all the variety fish topped by Pat’s bigRedfish which just hadto have our free lined shrimp………………..

    Repeat summer clients, 2couples from Georgia came hunting Reds on the flats hooking severalskinny water spot tails, Michelle with her good Redfish………………

    …..Josh landed a qualitySeatrout while sight fishing the flats…………..


    …...and wife Jamie alsocaught of one the good shallow water Reds……………...


    [FONT=Liberation Serif, serif]IndianRiver and Mosquito Lagoon Backcountry and Flats Fishing[/FONT]
    Near Daytona Beach, New SmyrnaBeach, and Orlando, East Central Florida

    CALLOR TEXT ME ANYTIME 386-689-3781
    See my websitehttp://EdgewaterRiverGuide.com

    Capt.Michael Savedow
    EdgewaterRiver Guide, Inc. Since 2003
  • Search Fishin.com

  • Recent Articles

    Judy Helmey

    A Thanksgiving Story - Part One

    This is number one and next week will be number two!

    My Aunt Hattie’s Brown bag theory

    My Aunt Hattie, which was my father’s older sister always cooked the best Thanksgiving dinner! Her cooking abilities were unbelievable. She would cook... read more
    Judy Helmey 1 Week Ago
    Mike Gerry

    My Favorite Bait Time

    With the colder water ahead we are gaining ground on the time of year my favorite bait produce some great catches. I know lots of folks don’t really work spinner bait as it gets colder but for me it’s the bait of choice as we get into the cold water winter months. It’s also... read more
    Mike Gerry 1 Week Ago
    Mike Gerry

    Thanksgiving Fishing Psalm

    As we approach Thanksgiving I always look for the positives of the past fishing year with the intent of thanking those who influenced my life and my fishing career. No matter who you are or how much or how little you achieved at anything you set your life to accomplish we have... read more
    Mike Gerry 2 Weeks Ago
    Judy Helmey

    Halloween 1958 Style

    Does anybody know who this Witch is? Better look quick...she is just about to take off on her V-8 power double turbo charged broom! What makes this witches broom faster than most? A boost of nitrous oxide!

    My father always took me out for Halloween... read more
    Judy Helmey 2 Weeks Ago
    Judy Helmey

    How to Catch Red Snapper

    Captain Judy’s Old School Genuine Red Snapper Techniques!

    I know the first question on your mind is going to be...is a good time to target genuine red snapper? What the best bait? Just about any generic bait loaded on your hook that is lowered in the water... read more
    Judy Helmey 2 Weeks Ago
    Mike Gerry

    Fall Transition Keys

    If it’s not already in your knowledge base fall fishing can be tough; you can spend hours on the water and have little to show for it but if you keep a few things in mind your chances increase. The weather changes constantly, there is very little rain and clouds and there is... read more
    Mike Gerry 3 Weeks Ago
    Judy Helmey

    How they caught Pilot Whales Back in the Fifties!

    Captain Tommy Williams of Miss Judy Charters told me this true story about the pilot whales many years ago. So I thought I would put it to print so you could know exactly how they caught pilot whales back in the good old fifties! By the way Captain Tommy is holding a nice... read more
    Judy Helmey 3 Weeks Ago
    Lee McClellan

    Productive Fall Spots to Bank Fish for Black Bass

    The length of day relative to the time of year never changes. As the nights lengthen slightly with each passing day in fall, the overnight temperatures drop and pull heat from the top layers of lakes.
    This development is already underway, but will peak over the next month... read more
    Lee McClellan 3 Weeks Ago
    Mike Gerry

    Fall Dock Fishing

    The in-between time of year generally falls in the fall when the water is still warm and the bass are acting like its mid-summer. Bass become real finicky in this time of the year as one day they bite well the next day you struggle even though many times you go back to the spot... read more
    Mike Gerry 4 Weeks Ago