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FINELINE FISHING CHARTERS FISHING REPORT FOR ORLANDO, COCOA BEACH AND DAYTONA BEACH BY CAPTAIN JIM ROSS. The fish filled waters of the Mosquito Lagoon which is located about an hour east of Orlando, 40 minutes North of Cocoa Beach, and … Continue reading
Cocoa Beach, Orlando, and Daytona Beach area fishing report by captain Jim Ross of Fineline Fishing Charters. Captain Jim Ross-owner of Fineline Fishing charters- left the fishing in the Orlando area behind this past week and headed down to work … Continue reading
At this time of the year the fishing season slows here in the Orlando, Cocoa Beach, and Daytona Beach areas. Everyone is busy with the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays, and I only seem to get out about two to three … Continue reading
Orlando, Cocoa Beach, and Daytona area fishing report by Captain Jim Ross of Fineline Fishing Charters The Mullet run is on in the Cocoa Beach area due east of Orlando right now. These prized baitfish are the main food source … Continue reading
I reported last time that the summertime heat in Orlando was bringing a slow down to the mid day bite in the Indian and Banana Rivers and in the Mosquito Lagoons. But the redfish and speckled trout action is still … Continue reading
Orlando, Cocoa Beach, Daytona Beach area fishing report by Captain Jim Ross of Fineline Fishing Charters Summertime is making it presents known in the Orlando area over the last week or so. Because of this, the fishing patterns in the … Continue reading
Orlando, Cocoa Beach, Daytona Beach area fishing report by Captain Jim Ross of Fineline Fishing Charters Folks, what can I say? If you have not been on a fishing charter in the Orlando, Daytona, or Cocoa Beach area this spring, … Continue reading
Learn how to choose the right rod when fishing for redfish, trout, snook, tarpon and other inshore species.
What to look for when choosing a spinning reel and line for inshore saltwater species such as snook, tarpon, or redfish.
Learn how to tie the Centuari knot, which is a great knot to use when tying to a swivel or split ring.