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Fishing the Indian River Lagoon with Captain Frank Catino

From the north, starting at the Ponce De Leon Inlet to the southern segment of Indian River Lagoon at Port St. Lucie Inlet, you can find some of the finest nearshore and flats fishing. The IRL is composed of lagoons, river mouths, canals, inlets and ocean influence, typically broken down into three segments, Mosquito Lagoon, Banana River and Indian River Lagoon.


Primary Fish Caught

Primary Tackle Used
Fly fishing
Spinning rod
Bait casting

Special Features
Deep water
Grass flats
Mangrove stands

Indian River Lagoon
The main body of water that comprises the Indian River Lagoon is about 125 miles long, starting roughly at the City of Titusville at the northern end to Fort Pierce inlet at the southern end. Known for its pristine water, sight and fly fishing along with bait casting are outstanding, a great experience for any fishermen.

You can find great year round fishing along mangrove lined shores, grassly flats and spoil island rims. Fish for redfish, snook, trout and tarpon.