Capt. Lee Noga

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Licensed 6 OUPV Captain since 2008, Founded Academy Of Shrimping. Writer for 3 regions of Coastal Angler Mag, featured in Florida Sportsman print mag x4 times, TV shows and radio, interviewed by Forbes magazine , Inventor and patent holder on a computer driven 7 mode smart fishing and shrimping light, Founder FB shrimping forum, 20k members.

    March Shrimping Forecast

    March 6, 2019

    This shrimping season is one for the history books. Water temps are running in high 70’s and the catfish, mullet, pilchards, etc., have made this season exhausting! The water has been dirty, adding yet another level of complexity to the situation. Recently, boaters risked it all chasing shrimp at Railroad bridge as a cold front dropped in and they were thrown around like rag dolls. Some boats suffered severe hull damage was from banging into the pilings; one small Jon boat was sinking; light cords were torn away from the lamps. Point being, NEVER go out when a boundary line is passing through — wind-driven Brevard County can do a great impression of a deadly inlet.

      Early Spring Shrimp Forecast

      February 7, 2019

      March is wake up month in the world of big shrimping. The run has started in Volusia County albeit 4 weeks late. Brevard is hit and miss, the hot spots are hovering at “Get ready, get set….” but not quite hit the “go.” They are just on the cusp, but all indications are they will have a season as well. Brevard lagged behind Volusia last year, so this is not of any concern. The place to be is Oak Hill the last couple of months, but perhaps March will be the month of consistency for Brevard.

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