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Friday August 18, 2017

Captain Richard Bradley is a third generation Floridian and a native to Brevard County and it's coastal waterways. Born from an avid angler and sports fishing father, Richard was incouraged to fish on the Banana River and Indian River Lagoons at an early pre-teen age and grew up fishing the ocean off Port Canaveral from childhood with his father.

After attending college in West Palm Beach during the 1980's, Richard came home to work as a charter fishing guide and show people the fantastic fishing areas he'd been priviledged to fish his entire life. Join Captain Richard of Lagooner Fishing Guides for the fishing trip of a lifetime on his homeland waterways today.


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Fishing Reports

August is typically one of the calmest months on the ocean in Brevard County. Calm water and southeast tradewinds make for a combination making gin clear waters and great fishing for those wanting to take a day to relax before closing out the summer. As usual, king mackerel is a consistent catch, but cobia are making a showing when the water is clear. Coldwater upwellings and clear water make August a great month to look for cobia, but if the water stays warm, tarpon, jacks and bonita will be ready-and-willing to take a bait.

Fishing Forecast

Canaveral's Tripletail fishing has been incredable for the last several Augusts and this summer's TT fishing has been no less than awesome. As summer goes away so do the tripletail around Port Canaveral but we will have flurries of bites that will produce rather remarkable sized fish on a day-to-day basis. Our anglers have been boating many fish in excess of twenty pounds and occassionally weighing one in over 25 pounds this summer. If the weather cooperates and we don't get any strong winds or tropical depressions, this August should prove to be a great one for tripletail and the persistant angler.

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Inshore and Offshore Charter Fishing near Orlando and Cocoa Beach, Florida. Catch redfish, sea trout, tarpon, snook and many other saltwater gamefish aboard the world famous Lagooner flats fishing boat with renowned Captain Richard Bradley.

Great day with a great Captain! - No matter your skill level....Richard does an awesome job of putting you on fish! He is professional, courteous and always a ton of fun and laughter! If you are looking for a fun day on the water....a family outing....or serious fishing....Richard is your guy!
about Lagooner Fishing Charters on January 20, 2015

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