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Redfish & More/Daytona/NewSmyrna/MosquitoLagoon/Florida

Sunday, August 7th, 2011

August is here and it has been a fun summer of inshore saltwater fishing here at Mosquito Lagoon and New Smyrna Beach Florida, Redfishing has been consistent with several good Reds and Trout on most of my flats fishing trips. We are still fishing around the many big mullet schools which abound on Mosquito Lagoon this time of year which attract the game fish early in the morning, after the sun is up we switch to sight fishing the flats after visibility into the water become better. Mixed bag river fishing trips are always fun for an easier type of fishing with lots of action. Here are several pictures of happy clients with their fish caught in the last couple of weeks.

We even had a surprise 35 lb. Tarpon landed by Nathan recently after an hour fight on light tackle on one of my mixed bag trips.
Come fish with me on beautiful Mosquito Lagoon for flats fishing, we will target Redfish and Seatrout. This type of sight fishing can be challenging and very rewarding when you hook up with a drag pulling Redfish or Trout. Good for experienced anglers or less experienced anglers looking for a new fishing challenge. Summer will be winding down into autumn soon. Fishing on the grass flats by sight fishing in 1 to 2 feet of water is loads of fun as I pole the boat over the clear shallow waters hunting for fish.. As we are out catching fun saltwater fish we will be seeing lots of wildlife up close and personal near the boat with Dolphins and Manatees on just about every trip.
If you are looking for a more laid back trip, this is a great time to try one of my Indian River Backcountry trips in the north end of the Mosquito Lagoon, this is mixed bag fishing for Seatrout, Redfish, Black Drum, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, & other saltwater fish. On the average Backcountry trip we catch over 10 different species of fish. You never know what will bite with this type of fishing, mainly drift fishing while free lining live shrimp on light tackle make for lots of rod bending and drag pulling. Fun for experienced anglers and an easy way for less experienced anglers to be successful at catching lots of fish.
. We will pick the best choice of which type trip will be the best for “catching” on your day out with me depending on your preferences for a fun day.
MY BOAT COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES 1 TO 4 ANGLERS
Located close to DAYTONA BEACH, NEW SMYRNA BEACH and ORLANDO, FLORIDA. Feel free to contact me at any time with questions you may have about my fishing charters. CALL ME ANYTIME AT 386-689-3781
CHILDREN ALWAYS WELCOME – FAIR PRICES
Capt. Michael Savedow
Edgewater River Guide, Inc.
386-689-3781
email> EdgewaterRiverGuide@cfl.rr.com
website> http://www.EdgewaterRiverGuide.com

Summer Redfish catching/MosquitoLagoon/Daytona/Orlando/Florida

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

Water levels have finally started to rise here on Mosquito Lagoon as our long awaited summer rainy season has arrived with regular afternoon rains. Most mornings have beautiful calm conditions with a little coolness in the air for the first couple of hours after the rain the evening before. The higher water on the flats will open up much more fishable water for me as grassy shallows which have only had a few inches of water over them the last few months now are deep enough for the Redfish and also us in my boat to be on the prowl hunting our prey. Also these newly flooded areas are flush with Redfish food because they have been to shallow for the fish to graze on for so long now allowing for many baby crabs, shrimp, and marine invertebrates to grow un harvested by the Reds. The last couple of weeks since my last report have seen many good trips with Reds on the flats by targeting the large mullet schools which gather in shallow water to avoid the Dolphins and larger predators of deeper water. Also when available, fishing live Pigfish baits for Seatrout on the drop offs, edges, and holes. My Indian River Backcountry mixed bag trips have been loads of fun with lots of action from Trout, Jacks, Ladyfish, and sometimes a couple of Black Drum, Flounder, Reds, and more with 10 or more species of saltwater fish on most backcountry trips. As we are out having fun catching fish we will be seeing lots of wildlife up close and personal near the boat with Dolphins, Manatees, and many types of water birds on every trip. Here are some pictures of clients from the last couple weeks trips with some beautiful Redfish and Seatrout caught here with me on Mosquito Lagoon and Backcountry.

MY BOAT COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES 1 TO 4 ANGLERS
Located close to DAYTONA BEACH, NEW SMYRNA BEACH and ORLANDO, FLORIDA. Feel free to contact me at any time with questions you may have about my fishing charters. Call me anytime at 386-689-3781.
CHILDREN ALWAYS WELCOME – FAIR PRICES
Capt. Michael Savedow
Edgewater River Guide, Inc.
386-689-3781
email> EdgewaterRiverGuide@cfl.rr.com
website> http://www.EdgewaterRiverGuide.com

DaytonaBeach/NewSmyrna/MosquitoLagoon/Florida

Monday, June 13th, 2011

Catching has been great the last few weeks here on Mosquito Lagoon, I have had many fun Redfish and Trout trips on the flats with up to 8 to 10 Reds on some trips along with many Speckled Trout on some trips also. We are targeting the Reds mainly with fresh cut mullet baits which can make for an easier style of fishing for anglers with less flats fishing experience. When available we may try live Pigfish for the Trout off the edges of the flats. My Backcountry mixed bag trips have had nice summer action with lots of fish and fast action, although a smaller average size of fish, what makes this style of fishing so fun is the constant bites from many species of saltwater fish. Here are a few pictures of clients with fish from the last couple weeks trips. Some nice Redfish from the flats. From the Backcountry a nice Black Drum and Trout.

Come fish with me on beautiful Mosquito Lagoon for flats fishing, we will target Redfish and Seatrout.This type of sight fishing can be challenging and very rewarding when you hook up with a drag pulling Redfish or Trout. Good for experienced anglers or the less experienced anglers looking for a new fishing challenge. Summer fishing on the grass flats by sight fishing in 1 to 2 feet of water, as I pole the boat over the clear shallow waters hunting for fish, by late morning we usually have a great cooling easterly sea breeze which feels great on a summer day. As we are out catching fun saltwater fish we will be seeing lots of wildlife up close and personal near the boat with Dolphins and Manatees on just about every trip.
If you are looking for a more laid back trip, summer is a great time to try one of my Indian River Backcountry trips in the north end of the Lagoon, this is mixed bag fishing for Seatrout, Redfish, Black Drum, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, & other saltwater fish. On the average Backcountry trip we catch over 10 different species of fish. You never know what will bite with this type of fishing, mainly drift fishing while free lining live shrimp on light tackle make for lots of rod bending and drag pulling. Fun for experienced anglers and an easy way for less experienced anglers to be successful at catching lots of fish.
. We will pick the best choice of which type trip will be the best for “catching” on your day out with me depending on your preferences for a fun day.
MY BOAT COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES 1 TO 4 ANGLERS
Located close to DAYTONA BEACH, NEW SMYRNA BEACH and ORLANDO, FLORIDA. Feel free to contact me at any time with questions you may have about my fishing charters.
CHILDREN ALWAYS WELCOME – FAIR PRICES
Capt. Michael Savedow
Edgewater River Guide, Inc.
386-689-3781
email> EdgewaterRiverGuide@cfl.rr.com
website> http://www.EdgewaterRiverGuide.com

Redfish/DaytonaBeach/Orlando/NewSmyrna/Florida

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

Redfish are taking up residence in their summer locations as the water temperatures and levels have risen on Mosquito Lagoon, Florida. Large schools of Mullet are gathering on the newly flooded flats to escape predators in the deeper water, making for good feeding by Reds and Seatrout on the smaller size mullet and the other small marine critters disturbed from their hiding places by the mullet milling about on the grass flats and edges. Our great summer live baitfish the baby Pigfish are starting to appear and will be one of the go to baits for Seatrout through the season. On a couple of recent Redfish hunting trips on the flats we had good success, with my long time clients Gene and his son Vince from Ohio, we caught 5 Reds up to 30” on a last minute afternoon charter, pictured is Vince with the largest Red of the day. On a morning Redfish trip yesterday, we caught 7 Reds with the largest being a top of the slot fish of 26.5”. The fishing style I use for summer Redfishing is a mix of sight fishing and location angling depending on the prevailing conditions presented by the weather, such as wind, sun or clouds, etc. The Seatrout bite in the Indian River backcountry has also remained really good on my mixed bag fishing trips, drift fishing the drop offs and channels near Edgewater. Here is picture of new client Darla with a great Trout she caught on recent trip out with her family on one of my mixed trips, they also caught 5 other keeper Trout along with dozens of other fish as Jacks, Ladys, and more. Also a couple other pictures of clients with their fish from recent trips.

I invite you to fish with me on beautiful Mosquito Lagoon, summer patterns are arriving with calm mornings and the surface of the inshore saltwater lagoon is alive with marine life. By late morning we usually have a great cooling easterly sea breeze which feels great on a summer day. As we are out hunting for fun saltwater fish we will be seeing lots of wildlife up close and personal near the boat with Dolphins and Manatees on just about every trip. If you are looking for a little challenge, we will go for Redfish and Seatrout on the grass flats by sight fishing in 1 to 2 feet of water, as I pole the boat over the clear shallow waters, we will hunt for Mosquito Lagoon Redfish. If you are looking for a more laid back trip, summer is a great time to try one of my Indian River Backcountry trips in the north end of the Lagoon, this is mixed bag fishing for Seatrout, Redfish, Black Drum, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, & other saltwater fish. On the average summer Backcountry trip we catch over 10 different species of fish. You never know what will bite with this type of fishing, mainly drift fishing while free lining live shrimp on light tackle make for lots of rod bending and drag pulling. Fun for experienced anglers and an easy way for less experienced anglers to be successful at catching lots of fish.
.We will pick the best choice of which type trip will be the best for “catching” on your day out with me depending on your preferences for a fun day.
MY BOAT COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES 1 TO 4 ANGLERS
Located close to DAYTONA BEACH, NEW SMYRNA BEACH and ORLANDO, FLORIDA.
Feel free to contact me at any time with questions you may have about my fishing charters.
CHILDREN ALWAYS WELCOME – FAIR PRICES
Capt. Michael Savedow
Edgewater River Guide, Inc.
386-689-3781
email> EdgewaterRiverGuide@cfl.rr.com
website> http://www.EdgewaterRiverGuide.com

Summer Inshore Saltwater Charters/Daytona/Orlando

Sunday, May 1st, 2011

April has had a great steady bite and super weather with Seatrout continuing to be my main attraction. However with summer coming soon we will be hunting Redfish again on Mosquito Lagoon. The Reds will begin to spread out in small schools and single fish again as the water warms, fishing with live and fresh cut baitfish will become the main technique for Reds. The flats of Mosquito Lagoon will be alive with large schools of mullet which attract the attention of Reds and Trout as the grazing baitfish flush shrimp and baby crabs out of the grassy bottom making for easy meals for the game fish. Backcountry mixed bag fishing also remains good through the summer for a more easy going style of fishing catching lots of different types of saltwater fish. Here are a couple of pictures of clients from recent charter trips, Lorin with a great Seatrout and Dr Ray and Jeff with a double on hard fighting Jack Crevalle.

Come fish with me on beautiful Mosquito Lagoon, summer is coming soon with its beautiful calm mornings and the surface of the inshore saltwater lagoon is alive with marine life. By late morning we usually have a great cooling easterly sea breeze which feels great on a summer day. As we are out hunting for fun saltwater fish we will be seeing lots of wildlife up close and personal near the boat with Dolphins and Manatees on just about every trip. If you are looking for a little challenge, we will go for Redfish and Seatrout on the grass flats by sight fishing in 1 to 2 feet of water, as I pole my boat over the clear shallow waters, we will hunt for Mosquito Lagoon Redfish. If you are looking for a more laid back trip, summer is a great time to try one of my Indian River Backcountry trips in the north end of the Lagoon, this is mixed bag fishing for Seatrout, Redfish, Black Drum, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, & other saltwater fish. On the average summer Backcountry trip we catch 10 to 15 or more different species of fish. You never know what will bite with this type of fishing, mainly drift fishing while free lining live shrimp on light tackle make for lots of rod bending and drag pulling. Fun for experienced anglers and an easy way for less experienced anglers to be successful at catching lots of fish.
. We will pick the best choice of which type trip will be the best for “catching” on your day out with me depending on your preferences for a fun day.

MY BOAT COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES 1 TO 4 ANGLERS
Located close to DAYTONA BEACH, NEW SMYRNA BEACH and ORLANDO, FLORIDA.
Feel free to contact me at any time with questions you may have about my fishing charters.
CHILDREN ALWAYS WELCOME – FAIR PRICES
Capt. Michael Savedow
Edgewater River Guide, Inc.
386-689-3781
email> EdgewaterRiverGuide@cfl.rr.com
website> http://www.EdgewaterRiverGuide.com

Spring Inshore Charters/Daytona/NewSmyrna/Orlando/Florida

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Backcountry fishing has been really great this March here on Mosquito Lagoon, we have been targeting the northern Lagoon backwaters at Edgewater. The spring shrimp run has the game fish keying in on live shrimp which has been our bait of choice on light spinning tackle. Seatrout have been one of the main targets with several slot sized Trout in the 15” to 20” range on most trips, also on some trips a couple of nice keeper size Black Drum or Redfish. The Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, & Bluefish have also been biting well which keeps the action fast on most trips. Here are a couple of recent fish pictures of clients. Chris was out with her husband Ray on a great fun trip with lots of fish, she is holding her best Seatrout of the morning in this pic. Other picture with one of the Black Drum caught on a Backcountry trip a few days ago..

Come fish with me on beautiful Mosquito Lagoon, spring is a great time to try one of my Indian River Backcountry trips in the north end of the Lagoon, this is mixed bag fishing for Seatrout, Redfish, Black Drum, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, Bluefish, & other saltwater fish. On the average springtime Backcountry trip we catch 10 or more different species of fish. You never know what will bite with this type of fishing, mainly drift fishing while free lining live shrimp on light tackle make for lots of rod bending and drag pulling. Fun for experienced anglers and an easy way for less experienced anglers to be successful at catching lots of fish.
If you are looking for more of a challenge, we will go for Redfish and Seatout on the grass flats by sight fishing in 1 to 2 feet of water, as I pole my boat over the clear shallow waters, we will hunt for Mosquito Lagoon Redfish, this type of fishing is best done with prime weather of calm and clear conditions.
We will pick the best choice of which type trip will be the best for “catching” on your day out with me depending on conditions for that day.

MY BOAT COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES 1 TO 4 ANGLERS
Located close to DAYTONA BEACH, NEW SMYRNA BEACH and ORLANDO, FLORIDA.
Feel free to contact me at any time with questions you may have about my fishing charters.
CHILDREN ALWAYS WELCOME – FAIR PRICES
Capt. Michael Savedow
Edgewater River Guide, Inc.
386-689-3781
email> EdgewaterRiverGuide@cfl.rr.com
website> http://www.EdgewaterRiverGuide.com

Spring Mosquito Lagoon/daytona/Orlando/NewSmyrna

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

Spring has arrived early this March 2011 in East Central Florida, water levels are up on Mosquito Lagoon as well as water temperatures. Redfish schools have spread out through the flats among the islands in the northern Lagoon with the higher water. Schools of bait fish are starting to return from the south and along with them migrating game fish coming back into our backcountry area. We are also having a great early spring Seatrout bite, along with Bluefish, Ladyfish, and also a few Flounder. The backcountry fishing will only get better as calender spring finally arrives and the mixed bag fishing will get into full swing. A couple of pictures from 2 recent charter trips, Richard with a great redfish from his trip with his friend Jim, they caught quite a few good reds on their day. Other picture is Brian and Otto with a Redfish double, also from a great trip with several Reds.

Come fish with me on beautiful Mosquito Lagoon for flats fishing, we will target Redfish and Seatrout. This type of sight fishing can be challenging and very rewarding when you hook up with a drag pulling Redfish,or Trout. Good for experienced anglers or the less experienced anglers looking for a new fishing challenge. Or you could try one of my Indian River Backcountry Fishing trips, that is mixed bag fishing for Seatrout, Redfish, Black Drum, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, Bluefish, Snapper, & many more saltwater fish. On the average Backcountry trip we catch between 10 and 15 (or more) different species of saltwater fish.You never know what will bite with this type of fishing, mainly drift fishing while free lining live shrimp on light tackle make for lots of rod bending and drag pulling. Fun for experienced anglers and an easy way for less experienced anglers to be successful at catching lots of fish.
MY BOAT COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES 1 TO 4 ANGLERS
Located close to DAYTONA BEACH, NEW SMYRNA BEACH and ORLANDO, FLORIDA. Feel free to contact me at any time with questions you may have about my fishing charters.
CHILDREN ALWAYS WELCOME – FAIR PRICES
Capt. Michael Savedow
Edgewater River Guide, Inc.
386-689-3781
email> EdgewaterRiverGuide@cfl.rr.com
website> http://www.EdgewaterRiverGuide.com

The Norris Tailrace Near Norris, Tennessee

Monday, January 25th, 2010

The Origins of Norris Tailrace

Conceived in a time of national crisis and constructed amidst considerable controversy, Norris Dam, like most of the dams along the Tennessee River drainage, had it’s origins in the 1930s. Growing demands for hydroelectric power, ravages of recurrent floods and provision of employment during the Depression’s lean, mean times all figured prominently in a madness for impoundments.

The Resistence of Norris Tailrace

Fishing, whether for trout or other species, did not at first enter the equation in any significant way, nor for that matter did boating or other outdoor recreational activities. Not surprisingly, many contemporaries sharply criticized the drive to build dams. A “damn the dams” attitude was exhibited by some politicians, many prominent conservationists, and in particular, those who stood to lose their land. The latter, hardy rural folks living close to the earth, bemoaned flooding of the rich bottomlands their families had farmed for generations. Sportsmen, for their part, complained about the loss of traditional hunting grounds and favorite fishing holes.

The Opportunities of Norris Tailrace

Today, three-score-plus years later, most view impoundments created by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and the Army Corps of Engineers in a quite different light. Everyone realizes that flood control in the Tennessee Valley was a singular achievement, and the lakes along the river drainage have provided varied recreational opportunities. Dam advocates predicted some of these developments, but nowhere in original mission statements or among the considerable hoopla surrounding construction will you find mention of trout fishing. Quite simply, no one, not even the wildest of dreamers, anticipated the trout habitat and fishing potential of cold, highly oxygenated waters that formed dam tailraces.

Trout Stocking Program at Norris Tailrace

Rainbow and brown trout are both stocked. About a quarter of a million (251,000) trout were released annually during 1990-2001. The 176,000 fingerling rainbows released in the Norris Tailwater annually during 1990-2001 typically made up 80-85% of the rainbow trout stocked each year. Adults comprised the remainder of the rainbow trout stocked in the Norris Tailwater each year (about 37,000).

Beginning in 2002, the stocking rate increased to over 400,000 trout per year as the supplemental rainbow and brown trout fingerlings were added according to the 2002-2006 management plan strategy. On average, just over a half million trout were stocked each year during that time, yielding a stocking rate of ~806/acre. Adult rainbow trout stocking has remained at baseline levels (~ 37,000/year) since 1990. About 100,000 surplus brook trout fingerlings from West Virginia (Bowden strain) were stocked in the Norris Tailwater in May 2007. Introduction of brook trout to the Norris Tailwater fishery was a potential management action considered in the previous management plan (Habera et al. 2002) and, given a reliable source, brook trout stocking will continue during the new plan’s term. (source: Tenneessee Wildlife Resources Agency)

Fishing Methods at Norris Tailrace

Fly Fishing

The icy waters flowing from Norris Dam never get much higher than 60 degrees or so. In fact, wading here requires waders’ year around. The Clinch River tailwater fishery is comprised of mostly rainbow trout in the 10 to 13 inch range with 15 to18 inch fish turning up regularly. The Clinch is most noted for turning up good numbers of large brown trout. The state record brown trout weighing a little more than 28 lbs was caught on the Clinch River. Common brown trout range from 7 to 14 inches.

The Clinch River is a little different than all our other destinations. The food base on the Norris Tailrace is on the very small side. Midges, black fly, sow bugs, scuds, and small caddis pupa make up the majority of the fisheries diets. This makes for some great light line nymphing for good-sized fish. The Clinch does feature a great sulphur hatch that occurs from late March through June. This is the best time to fish dries on the Clinch. Mainly because you can actually fish good sized dries as opposed to the typical small fare. Streamer fishing is also a good way to connect with some of the Clinch’s trophies

Bank Fishing

Many Norris Tailrace fishermen prefer to fish from the bank, that is especially true when the turbines are on and water is high and swift. Before the turbines are turned on the fish are scattered all over the river. When the water is high and swift, the fish tend to concentrate more in the eddies near the bank to avoid the swift current.

The preferred baits for fishing from the bank are whole kernel corn, night crawlers, salmon eggs, and berkley trout bait. There are plenty of places to fish from the bank below the Dam, including trails leading through the wooded areas.

Boat Fishing

When the turbines are on, and the water is deeper, may anglers fish from kayaks, canoes, and motor boats. Both spinning rods and fly rods are used from boats. Mepps spinners, crank baits with trout patterns, night crawlers, salmon eggs,and berkley trout bait are poplular baits to use from a boat.

One popular method of fishing with a motor boat is to run upstream, shut off the motor and drift back down. Another method is to put in at one point, and drift down the river to a designated pick up point several miles downstream. There are several boat access places along a two mile stretch below the dam.

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Womens T-shirt – Flower Print / Loose Fitting

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

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Fishing The Tellico River In East Tennessee

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

Three big events happen the third week in October. The first event is the spectacular change in foliage. The leaves are usually spectacular in late October, and many visitors come to the smoky mountains to see them. The second event is the Tennessee vs. Alabama football game. The Alabama-Tennessee rivalry is one of the most storied rivalries in the country. This year it is being played in Knoxville. The third big event is the fall fishing that is in full swing.

The Tellico River rises in the westernmost mountains of North Carolina, but it flows mainly through Monroe County, Tennessee. It is a major tributary of the Little Tennessee River and the namesake of Tellico Reservoir, a reservoir created by Tellico Dam, which impounds the lower reaches of the Tellico River and the Little Tennessee River and was famous during the 1970s for the snail darter controversy.

The Tellico River is nationally recognized as a premiere trout stream. The headwaters of the Tellico River originate in the Snowbird mountains of North Carolina. A major tributary to the Little Tennessee River, the Tellico River watershed comprises 285 square miles in Cherokee County, North Carolina, and Monroe County, Tennessee. As the river flows east from Tennessee, it meanders through the Cherokee National Forest. After leaving national forest lands, the river turns northward to join the Little Tennessee River at Tellico Lake. Many scenic views are provided by cliffs, waterfalls and rapids on the river and its tributaries

Today I fished below the Tellico Dam. There were already about twenty boat trailers in the parking lot by the time I got there. About a dozen boats were drifting about in the half mile stretch below the dam and most were catching crappie and sauger. Live minnows on either plain hooks on jigs were the predominant bait. The fish were in and around the channel running through the middle of the of the river in about 20 to 25 feet of water. There’s nothing like coming home with a good string of crappie on a beautiful fall day in Tennessee, except maybe beating Alabama in football (not this year).
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My string of crappie from Tellico in East Tennessee

Tellico Dam in East Tennessee

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