Bug Lagoon Fishing Report 3/20/14 – The Ledger (blog)

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Capt. Keith Mixon/Mixin’ Use Play Fishing Charters

March 20, 2014

“Fishing continues to be steady along Florida’s Space Coast. Throughout yesteryear week, a couple of different types of game seafood gave been prepared to bite a hook with the proper presentation. To start with, a couple of nice redfish happen to be caught within the Indian River north of Titusville, Florida. This is also true throughout the first to mid-morning hrs. Live shrimp or perfumed jerk baits, hooked weedless, has labored well of these tasty seafood. Sight casting for them continues to be the easiest method to catch them when fishing by 50 percent-3 ft water. When sight casting to some tailing red-colored, fishermen can improve their likelihood of catching one by casting the bait before it. The typical period of these yellows continues to be 20 inches using the biggest calculating at 24 inches,” reviews Capt. Keith Mixon of Mixin’ Use Play Fishing Charters. (321-212-8484)

“At the main harbour, several nice sheepshead happen to be caught near structure. Small jig heads expected with shrimp or fiddler crabs has labored well of these tasty seafood. Many of these sheepshead were caught throughout the very first couple of hrs during the day. The majority of the seafood measured within the legal size limit of one foot using the biggest calculating in at almost 15 inches,” Mixon reviews.

“A couple of nice tripletail happen to be caught throughout mid-day. Live shrimp continues to be the bait of preference when caught close to the Canaveral buoy line in addition to floating debris. Sight casting continues to be best when the weather is calm on vibrant sunshine. A few of these tripletail have measured as much as 20 inches long,Inches Mixon reviews.


Capt. Keith Mixon is really a Merritt Island based fishing guide who is an expert in inshore light tackle fishing for speckled trout, snook, redfish, and flounder together with other species on Florida’s Space Coast. Mixon is a professional, full-time guide for more than ten years and it is initially a Lakeland native.

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