Kyle got this giant black drum on a recent afternoon charter.

Port Canaveral & Banana River – April 2021

BANANA RIVER LAGOON: Anglers are hoping that some sea grass will return to the shallow flats in this body of … Apr 2nd, 2021
Capt. Jim Ross with a nice “eating sized” tripletail.

Port Canaveral & Banana River – March 2021

PORT CANAVERAL NEARSHORE: Anglers are looking forward to the rising water tempertures that March will bring. Cobia and tripletail will … Mar 1st, 2021
Tripletail snap up live shrimp casted t them as they wait in ambush near floating debris outside of Port Canveral.

Port Canaveral & Banana River – Feb. 2021

PORT CANAVERAL: It’s anyone’s guess as to what the weather will be like this month, but if it follows the … Feb 1st, 2021
Good opportunities at “eating” fish like pompano are just one reason that Port Canaveral and the beaches should be explored this month.

Port Canaveral & Banana River – Jan. 2021

PORT CANAVERAL: The colder water temps we usually experience this month bring good “action fishing” to the waters just outside … Jan 1st, 2021
Spanish Mackerel are just one of a dozen species that are possible outside the port this month.

Port Canaveral & Banana River – Nov. 2020

PORT CANAVERAL: November around Port Canaveral can be a magical month- IF we get good weather conditions. Often when September … Oct 31st, 2020
This is the month that anglers can hook some of the biggest redfish of the year in this portion of the lagoon system, like Greg Spurling and his family did.

Port Canaveral & Banana River – Oct. 2020

PORT CANAVERAL: October is a great month to fish inside and outside of Port Canaveral.  The Fall mullet run is … Oct 1st, 2020
Giant redfish are not so uncommon catches for anglers this month.

Port Canaveral & Banana River – Sept. 2020

BANANA RIVER LAGOON: September is the month known for mullet and just like the run along the beaches we see … Sep 1st, 2020
Smaller top water plugs like this 8 cm Rapala Skitter Walk often fool speckled chunks like this one Capt. Jim Ross caught in the Banana River Lagoon.

Port Canaveral, Banana & Indian River Lagoon – August 2020

BANANA RIVER LAGOON: Speckled trout will be prowling the flats during the early morning periods looking for an unsuspecting mullet … Aug 1st, 2020
One of the endangered unicorn (A.K.A. red) snapper that anglers will be able to harvest on select dates this month.

Port Canaveral, Banana & Indian River Lagoon – July 2020

PORT CANAVERAL: Anglers are hoping that the fishing will be as hot as the weather this month along the beaches … Jul 1st, 2020
Rick Renfo with a slightly over-slot sized redfish caught on a live fingerling mullet.

Port Canaveral, Banana & Indian River Lagoon – June 2020

PORT CANAVERAL: The waters outside of the Port should continue to hold decent numbers of bonito, tarpon, shark, and jack … Jun 1st, 2020
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