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Indian River sea trout

Indian River Fishing Sea Trout Fishing

Indian River Lagoon Sea Trout Trips in East Central Florida

Sea Trout trips on the Indian River Lagoon in East Central Florida are back! It's not uncommon to come back to the dock with your limit in fish while releasing many fish back to be caught again. The Indian River Lagoon or IRL is the world famous for it's spotted sea trout that was on the verge of collapse until the Net-Ban in the early 1990's brought it back.

"In the last few years we've seen many trout approaching and sometimes even breaking the ten pound mark." comments Captain Richard Bradley (Lagooner Fishing Guide)

Looking for information about fishing the Indian River Lagoon or IRL in Central Florida? Call (321) 868-4953 and Ask for Captain Richard or his fishing mate Captain Gina. They'll be more than glad to talk to you in length about setting up a fishing trip while you're visiting the area.

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Fishing Photographs

Fishing Photographs and Trips - You'll find plenty of recent photographs and fishing trip pictures from Mosquito Lagoon, Sebastian Inlet, Cocoa Beach and Port Canaveral with Lagooner Captains and their anglers.

Florida's East Coast Fishing Forum

Florida's East Coast Fishing Forum - A Space Coast Fishing Forum for questions about fishing techniques locations and guides. You'll be informed before you set a fishing trip to East Central Florida or the Orlando area near Walt Disney World theme parks.

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report

Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report - Monthly updates on the Mosquito Lagoon and it's surrounding waterways including the Indian River. Read what Captain Richards been catching and doing on Florida's Unique Saltwater estuary with redfish and other Mosquito Lagoon species.

Directions to meet your fishing guide

Where Do I Meet My Guide? - Trips usually begin at a boat ramp, dock or marina. Click here to get instructions to some of our most popular pick-up points or ports of leave on the Space Coast from Titusville near Mosquito Lagoon to Sebastian near Melbourne and it's surrounding suburbs Grant and Micco.

Florida Fish Species Database

Fish Species Database - Questions about fish species are common so Lagooner.com™ has provided a few of our prominent native fishery friends to read about. We will be updating and adding fish on a regular basis so be patient with our content please.

Cocoa Beach Fishing Information

Cocoa Beach Fishing Information Cocoa Beach lodging and restaurants including boat ramp information and tackle stores. Find out about how and where to get bait and where the local fishing guides are getting the big ones.

Florida Fishing License Information

Florida Fishing License - Lagooner fishing guides provide a saltwater fishing license with a snook stamp for all anglers on board. But if you want to purchase your own license for personal use please take a peek at the prices.

Florida Fishing Regulations

Florida Fishing Regulations - Find out your fishing limits in the state of Florida. Bag limits, slot limits and maximum size. Should I measure from the fork of the tail or the end of the tail? You'll find it all here courtesay of the Florida Wildlife commission and authorities.

Outdoors and Fishing Links

Outdoors and Fishing Links - Go to our friend's sites and look around at what they have to offer to the outdoor or fishing community.

Fishing Knots

Fishing Knots - Fishing line can be tied to terminal tackle, grafted into leaders or shock leaders, braided, twisted and attached in numerous ways. Learn how Lagooner.com™ captains keep the big ones from breaking off with these great knots.

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Florida East Coast Ship Wrecks

ShipwrecksWe are putting together a little information about some of the local shipwrecks around the Cape Canaveral area. Bottom fisherman depend on wrecks, rocks and ledges to hold grouper, snapper and other entice fish species. Knowing about the wrecks and their history is an added bonus for our anglers.


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