Highlights from Mosquito Lagoon

These past couple weeks have been pretty busy for me out on the goon. Poling the skiff for 6 days straight can really put a hurting on someone but I wouldn’t trade it for the world! The fishing in the Lagoon has been really good. Reds on the shoreline, Reds tailing, Reds schooled up, and Reds just cruising around by themselves waiting for an easy meal to plop right in front of them. Big Sea Trout are also plentiful in the Lagoon. I haven’t seen a Sea Trout bite this good in years! Multiple fish up to 30″ is not uncommon. D.O.A. CAL 4″ Jerkbaits has been getting the job done, while baitfish pattern flies has been working well on the long rods. Here are a few highlights of my previous trips from Mosquito Lagoon.

Marcella from Elusive Tails Fishing Apparel displays a nice little Mosquito Lagoon Redfish.

Glen from Pittsburgh joined me on his first trip to the Mosquito Lagoon, he used his Smallmouth Bass and Walleye fishing skills to catch him some nice Redfish and Trout. He was amazed of how hard a Redfish can pull!

Panos from NYC with a huge Sea Trout caught on fly.

Ryan from Brooklyn, NY with a healthy Lagoon Redfish.

Ron from Wisconsin with a nice Sea Trout.

Rob from Wisconsin with a beautiful multi-spotter.

RCI Optics has launched a new Ad of me promoting my signature series of the “MONSTER HOLE” model. Should be available later this Summer! I can’t tell you how much I love these sun glasses, the lens has been holding up great and seems to impress me every time I’m on the water with them….no joke.

And a few shots I took of my neighbors while taking a break from a surf session during Tropical Storm Beryl behind my house in Cocoa Beach.









-Capt. Willy Le
www.NativeFlyCharters.com

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