Sport Fishing
Florida Keys
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Destin
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Clearwater
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Tampa Bay
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Naples
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Mosquito Lagoon
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Fort Lauderdale
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Biscayne Bay
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Sarasota
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Ten Thousand Islands
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Charlotte Harbor
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Everglades
lakes
Lake Okeechobee
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Lake Kissimmee
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Lake Toho
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Lake George
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Kissimmee Chain of Lakes
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Lake Talquin
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Lake Istokpoga
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Lake Harris
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Lake Seminole
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Crescent Lake
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Lake Walk In Water
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Deer Point Lake
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Lake Apopka
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Rodman Reservoir
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East Lake Toho
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Lake Monroe
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Harris Chain of Lakes
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Lake Panasoffkee
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Blue Cypress Lake
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Lake Poinsett
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Farm 13/Stick Marsh
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Orange Lake
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Lake Tsala Apopka
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Lake Lochloosa
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Lake Harney
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Lake Eustis
rivers
Indian River
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Suwannee River
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St. Johns River
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Escambia River
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Apalachicola River
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Ocklawaha River
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Withlacoochee River
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Ochlockonee River
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Choctawhatchee River
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Peace River

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Mosquito Lagoon Fishing

The Mosquito Lagoon is located in the northern part of the Indian River Lagoon system and connects to the Indian River through the Haulover Canal. The Mosquito Lagoon is over 167,000 acres of islands, channels, mangroves, grass flats, marshes, seagrass beds, oyster bars, and tidal flows which provides a great fish habitat. The State of Florida has designated the Mosquito Lagoon as an Outstanding Florida Water and it's also known as the "Redfish Capital of the World". Sight fishing, fly fishing, lure, and live bait are all techniques that are used in the Mosquito Lagoon to catch trophy Redfish. There are many other species you can catch on the Mosquito Lagoon including; Snook, Tarpon, Speckled Seatrout, Black Drum, Flounder, Ladyfish, Bluefish, Jack Crevalle, Grouper, Snapper, Pompano, Shark, and more.

 

 

 

Mosquito Lagoon Map

 

 

 

Mosquito Lagoon Boat Ramps

 

Cape Canaveral National Seashore Boat Ramp - Located off S. Atlantic Ave.

 

George Kennedy Memorial Park Boat Ramp - Located off N. Riverside Dr.

 

Riverbreeze Park Boat Ramp - Located at the end of H.H. Burch Rd.

 

Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge Boat Ramp - Located off Courtenay Pkwy. N.

 

Bairs Cove Boat Ramp - Located off Courtenay Pkwy. N.


Florida Fishing Trips