Breaking Down The Space Coast
For the purpose of LocalAngler, we’ve defined the Space Coast region as the following counties: Volusia County and Brevard County.
North end of Mosquito Lagoon is known throughout the world as one of the premier fisheries around. The Halifax River showcases a ton of potentially great saltwater fishing, from Snook to Tarpon, Redfish to Trout, Flounder and Snapper. There’s even good fishing about 30-40+ Miles off-shore, but can be great nearshore, as well, just beyond the breakers. As far as Freshwater, they’re fortunate enough to share the St. Johns River, for a great Largemouth Bass fishery, as well as a quality panfish and catfish agenda. There’s some unique lakes in the mix, as well. Lake George, Lake Dexter, Lake Woodruff, and the various mud lakes are often the prime source for Crappie and Bass Fishing.
The Southern end of Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River Lagoon is a highly sought-after place to wet a line. Whether you’re looking for Bull Reds or massive schools of Big Uglies, you’ll have a killer day. The Indian River portion of Brevard County goes all the way down to the north side of Sebastian Inlet. From a freshwater perspective, you’ve got Lake Washington, which is part of the St. Johns River, as well as Lake Windor and Lake Poinsett. Don’t overlook the north end of the Indian River Lagoon, near Scottsmoor, either!
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