Early Summer On The Indian River Flats

Whether wading or fishing from a kayak or flats boat, early summer is one of the best times to fish. When the water temperature gets in the high 70s and low 80s, the topwater bite is on. Be sure to keep at least one topwater tied on.May 9th, 2018

Sebastian Offshore

Capt. Doug Kaska Well lets hope that the winds start moving away so we can take advantage of the great … May 1st, 2018

Sebastian Inlet to Eau Gallie

Capt. Glyn Austin The winds have been brutal this spring and we are looking to May to bring us some … May 1st, 2018

Port Canaveral Offshore

Capt. Chris Cameron April was a tough month! Better yet, it was an absolute dump Knowles! When you could finally … May 1st, 2018
Scott Conyers from Orlando had a great 5 gallon pull night in Oak Hill, FL

Shrimp Report

Capt. Lee Noga Shrimping season is winding down but expected to continue into May for Volusia and Brevard Counties. This … May 1st, 2018
Giant jack crevalle are just one of the powerful species that are possible at Canaveral this month. Tim Lessing got his on a live pogie (menhaden) and VMC circle hook.

Port Canaveral

Capt. Jim Ross The beaches come alive this month outside of Port Canaveral. Anglers will have a huge variety of … May 1st, 2018
DJ Allen bested this stud tarpon off Cocoa Beach with LocalLinesCharters.com


Capt. Alex Gorichky With fingers crossed we will have a banner May in the Atlantic. Shake off those brown lagoon … May 1st, 2018
Happy angler with a nice almost four foot bonnethead shark.

Surf Fishing

John Detmer April saw better than average catches of sharks, bluefish and sheepshead on the Space Coast Beaches. Fresh clams … May 1st, 2018
Bill battled a huge lagoon monster on a recent trip with Capt. Mark Wright. The 45 inch beast ate a Z-Man Diezel Minnowz and fought hard for nearly thirty minutes!

N. Indian River Lagoon

Capt. Mark Wright It’s the first week of April as I write this and there is a late season cold … May 1st, 2018
Redfish like this one caught by Greg Spurling and family used to be common catches in the Banana River Lagoon, but constant lawn fertilization and raw sewage dumping is killing this unique body of water.

Banana River Lagoon

Capt. Jim Ross It hard to say what will happen in this portion of the lagoon this month. At the … Apr 1st, 2018