The trout bite has been on fire in the Lagoon systems with double digit numbers being caught daily. look for the bait pods early in the morning and you will find the trout.

The redfish have been holding on the shallow grass early and moving off the flat to the edges by afternoon. Both species can be caught on several different baits from soft plastics to Aqua Dream Spoons including a variety of live baits. Also look for the jacks schooling in the Lagoon also around the bait pods these are a strong fighting species always willing to pull some drag.

Last but not least, the tarpon have moved in the back waters and along the beaches. Be sure to come prepared with heavier equipment. They have been known to send anglers home with their pride hurt and equipment damaged. Here's a picture of a client of John's with a nice trout from last week.

Mosquito Lagoon fishing report - client-holding-nice-trout
Capt Patrick Rood
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