Capt. Patrick Rood

Member since: January 12, 2021

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Captain Patrick Rood is a native Floridian that has grown up on the local waters of Mosquito Lagoon, Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach with the passion for inshore fishing.

    Scattered Bait Inshore

    October 25, 2021

    The inshore bite continues to be good! We still have a good amount of bait scattered throughout the intracoastal and the flats of the Mosquito Lagoon. Coming off the full moon this week, we have had some big tides both high and low which has been pushing the fish around a little more than usual.

      Already October!

      October 6, 2021

      I can’t believe we are already into October! The weather definitely is not “Fall-like” with highs still in the 90s, but nonetheless, the bite has continued to be good. We have been in the Mosquito Lagoon playing with snook, trout, redfish and jacks this past week. The mullet have shown up, making for an unlimited food source at this moment. Plugs and soft plastics have been working well early morning and then moving to spoons and twitch baits later in the day. Live bait has also been working well and the baits of choice have been mullet, pin fish and shrimp.

        Weather Hasn’t Affected Bite in Mosquito Lagoon

        October 1, 2021

        It seems as though we have received a little shot of fall weather these past couple of days. It’s been a little crispy in the mornings and a high of 85. To us Floridians, 85 is fall 😂. The new found weather has not effected the fishing at all. We have been boating several redfish, snook and jacks this past week in the Mosquito and North Indian River Lagoon.

          High & Dirty Water in Mosquito Lagoon

          September 23, 2021

          The weather has definitely been affecting fishing for us here in Central Florida. We have been receiving a lot of rain making for high dirty water conditions in Mosquito Lagoon. The fish have spread out a little with the higher water so focusing on the bait pods have been the key. Look for the bait condensed and you will find fish. The trout and redfish have both been mixed in with the schools of mullet. Plugs, spoons, shrimp and pin fish have all been working well.

          Hopefully we will be getting a little break from the rain in the up coming week.

            Mosquito Lagoon

            September 3, 2021

            The fishing still continues to be good throughout the Mosquito Lagoon, yielding a great mixture of species like redfish, trout, snook and jacks. Live bait and artificials have both been working well. Look for the waters to be a little crowded for a bit as we get through the first few weeks snook season.

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