The July 9th Central Florida Fishing Report
Captain Mike Ortego The Florida Fisherman here with your central Florida Fishing report for July 9th and the upcoming week.
Offshore! The cobia bite has gotten even better out of the Port. Finding clean water has been essential as the cobes have been found free swimming or accompanying rays. Out of New Smyrna Tarpon have been showing up in good numbers off the beach. However the pogy pods seem to be thinning out so make sure to give yourself plenty of time for searching and wrangling up those livies.
On the freshwater front Big bass are still being caught in Lake Toho using flukes or shiners around standing grass. The bite has picked up on the Conway chain also, with some decent numbers being caught in the morning and late evening.
Inshore big redfish continue to offer ample opportunities for trophy catches. Large schools have been found tailing on the middle bars from the Whale’s Tail to Georges. Also the trout bite has increased in the Indian River and Oak Hill areas
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Posted on 09 Jul 2010 by Captain Mike Ortego