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Monday October 23, 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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Reviewed by Captain Richard Bradley on Last modified: November 21 2016 16:22:31.

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Fishing Reports

October's fishing signals the end of warm summer weather and officially brings in the Florida fall winds and temperature changes. The beginning of October has brought giant redfish in both the inshore lagoons and the nearshore beaches. The lagoons will eventually come on strong as large schools of black drum will overtake the breeding schools of redfish. If winds stay calm look for remarkable fishing to continue both nearshore and inshore for many of Florida's gamefish species.

Fishing Forecast

Tripletail fishing in the fall can produce some of the biggest fish of the year and October is no exception. The only thing that will hold anglers back from fishing for large Canaveral tripletail during October is the wind and waves as the fall sets in so does the noreasterners and that will kill the anglers chances of pursuing these great tasting gamefish out of Port Canaveral. This October has been a hit and miss on the weather but when the weather has cooperated the tripletail fishing has been consistant and there's been some whoppers caught. Call Captain Gina and let her set up a fishing trip this fall for world record sized tripletail out of Port Canaveral with a Lagooner fishing guide.

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Cocoa Beach's premier saltwater fishing guide with over 25 years of charter fishing experience in his native waters.
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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.

Fishing Outing Made a Good Vacation Great! - I had a great time with Capt. Richard. He left no stone unturned to make my fishing experience productive. He made me feel like a friend rather than just a client. The great weather and beautiful water enhanced my trip. The next time we vacation in the Orlando area, I will most definitely schedule a trip with the Lagooner Fishing Guides!
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