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Mosquito Lagoon Indian River Lagoon reports

Written By: Captain Tom Van Horn
On Date: 6/3/2018

Interested in fishing in east Central Florida? Visit our website for up to date detailed information on fishing the Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River Lagoon, Banana River No-Motor Zone, Port Canaveral and the St Johns River freshwater. All within an hours drive from the Disney and the Orlando Theme Parks.VISIT OUR WEBSITE
Fishing Florida's East Central Coast With Captain Tom Van Horn
About Captain Tom Van Horn
As a lifelong Orlando native, Captain Tom Van Horn spent his youthful years tromping through the backwater swamps, lakes, rivers and lagoons of Central Florida with a fishing rod in hand, and things haven't changed much for him since. Currently working as a professional fishing guide on Central Florida's St Johns River, east Florida's Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River Lagoon, Banana River Lagoon No-Motor Zone and the near-shore fisheries of Port Canaveral.March Cobia, Photo by Captain John Kumiski Orlando Area and Mosquito Lagoon Coastal Fishing Forecast, March 2018 I always use my lavender azaleas as an indicator for the arrival of the cobia migration north through our near-shore waters. Their magnificent blooms favor the same temperatures and weather conditions, and when the azalea blooms peek the time is right. Currently my azaleas are showing some significant blooms, but like the azalea's delicate blooms, the cobia run will pass before you know it.
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Captain Tom Van Horn

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