Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Guide Since 1992 • Fishing Charters near New Smyrna Beach

Indian River and
Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Guide

Charters Specializing in
Redfish and Seatrout

East Central Florida
• New Smyrna Beach •
• Daytona •
• One Hour from Orlando •

Gone Fishing Mosquito Lagoon Guide Service

Capt. Karty could live and fish anywhere in the world, but he chooses to stalk the Redfish and Speckled Seatrout of Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River estuary system. Mosquito Lagoon is located one hour from Orlando on the east coast of Florida.

Redfish and trout are always finding new ways to frustrate and deceive anglers, creating an addicting challenge for everyone. The natural habitat of Mosquito Lagoon is a haven for mammals, birds, reptiles and fish, where trout, flounder, and other sport fish flourish. Dolphins are an everyday sight and Manatees are prolific in the warmer months. Mosquito Lagoon boasts the most diverse bird population in North America from birds of prey, like Osprey and Bald-Eagles, to a multitude of shorebird species.

New Smyrna Beach is a quaint beachside town that has been awarded the Florida’s Best Beach designation by the Orlando Sentinel four years in a row. New Smyrna Beach’s small town flavor keeps folks coming back year after year. Our Accommodations page provides links to local establishments. We are happy to offer help for any aspect of your vacation.

Daytona Race Week Stay for Two at The Islander in New Smyrna Beach


at The Islander Beach Resort in NSB

$1300 Value for $995!
with $600 deposit

Does not include any race tickets
Includes TWO Four Hour Fishing Trips for Two Anglers with Capt. Karty

Call 386-423-3474
Or Submit Our Short Form for a Trip Inquiry
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Gone Fishing Guide Service

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“We had a blast fishing and will definitely visit you again. Captain Karty is a real pleasure to fish with. Any time you're catching fish too big to keep, you're fishing with the right guide. It was just a perfect trip.”

-Don from California

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Check out pictures from recent trips on our Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Captain's Log.

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“Capt. Karty knows just where to go to find fish and he helps just enough!”

-Trisha Scheible

"Karty knew exactly where to find fish. Even with bad weather conditions we still caught fish. Thank you both for the awesome fishing experience. Fishing topwater is one of my favorite ways to catch Bass but Reds beat them hands down."

-Brad Ribbens of Plymouth, Wisconsin

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Redfish in Mosquito Lagoon
Speckled Seatrout in Mosquito Lagoon
Dolphins in Mosquito Lagoon
Manatees in Mosquito Lagoon

Sunrise on Beautiful New Smyrna Beach, Florida

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“We'd like to thank you for such a great trip. My dad simply loved it, and hanging out with Karty was a lot of fun. We really appreciated your help with our last minute plan changes, and, well, we got some great fishing!”

-Pepe Jr., Pepe Sr. and Jean Paul

Gone Fishing Guide Service

“We have fished all over and I can say this was one of the best that we have been on. Karty does a very good job explaining how to fish the flats and puts you on the fish.”

-Kevin Eanes

“I have always had a great experience and learned a lot of fishing techniques.”

-Mark Darling

“We had a scenic fishing tour of the lagoon. Great fishing for redfish, a beautiful day and dolphins, manatees and birds to boot!”

-Janet and Lloyd from Pennsylvania iPhone Smartphone Version