Shrimp Report

Captain Lee Noga Winter shrimping has come to an end in Volusia County and North Brevard. What does this mean? … July 2, 2017

Shrimp Report

Captain Lee Noga Breaking news! The shrimp are still bombing through Central Florida despite the rising water temperatures. The amount … June 2, 2017

Shrimp Report

Captain Lee Noga Central Florida normally endures a “county” change of guard this month. Volusia and N. Brevard slow down … May 2, 2017

Shrimp Report

By: Capt. Lee Noga Lots to talk about in the world of shrimping. Oak Hill & Edgewater reports remain divided. … April 1, 2017

Shrimp Report

By Captain Lee Noga Volusia County continues to produce nice yields as long as the water clarity does not reduce … March 1, 2017

Shrimp Report

Captain Lee Noga The shrimp ARE running! Despite the water hovering at above normal temperatures, the shrimp are popping in … February 1, 2017


By Capt. Lee Noga Finally, we are moving into the transition month for Atlantic shrimping. Several shrimping enthusiasts have been … January 22, 2017

Shrimp Report: Nov. 2015

It is that time of year where we see the temperatures drop and the fall bait nourishing the fishing grounds. … November 17, 2015

Brevard Shrimp Report: October 2015

The summer shrimping season is winding down (Daytona is dead). This just means to lower your expectations but don’t retire your nets. South Daytona fell apart in August after Central Florida was hit with several days of torrential rains. The shrimp that was caught in Flagler were bait size and the juice has not been worth the squeeze. However, Central Floridians make lemonade by heading further North to both Welaka and Paletka mopping up 5 gallon buckets in record time (under 3 hours, 2 anglers). The popular places being Green Cove City pier, East side of Turkey Island (Welaka) and Palatka (Condo’s). Anglers are reporting going home with solid mediums (after culling out smalls) with 20% of large sizes mixed in. Welaka averaging 15 – 30 a pull, and Condo’s averaging 50 -60 a pull during the 20 minute slack tide. The key thing I am hearing is the shrimp have been consistently pushing off the bottom at SLACK tide at the Condo’s. Where are these Condo’s? From Deland, take US 17 North past Crescent City to Pomonda Park, left at stoplight on to 308-B (takes you to ramp). Head South from ramp 1 mile to the Condo’s. The drive may be 2 hours or less, but well worth the trip! Melbourne still reporting “heart”, meaning they invest a lot of time and effort and go home with a shrimp cocktail for one. We are noting anglers are pulling out their winter shrimp gear anticipatingOctober 1, 2015

Shrimp Report: Sept. 2015

We have a lot of information to report on this month. The white shrimp started running strong mid-July and then … September 10, 2015