Guided fishing trips on the Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River Lagoon for Redfish, Snook, Speckled Trout, Tarpon, or Black Drum
Looking for an
Orlando Fishing Guide
while visiting our tourist destinations of Orlando, Cocoa Beach or Daytona? Please consider an Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon fishing guide. Capt. Mark Wright is a full-time Titusville fishing guide who provides enjoyable angling experiences from Central Florida’s East Coast on the fabled waters of the Mosquito Lagoon and Indian River Lagoon. It is here that anglers come to sample the incredible fishery that has made Titusville, FL one of the premier Redfish fishing destinations in the World!
Orlando Fishing Charters & Mosquito Lagoon Fishing
For those visiting the area or looking in from Orlando, the Indian River & Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Charters are a sight-fisherman’s dream come true, with expansive shallow flats. These pristine estuaries are a short drive from Orlando, Fl. Located just 45 minutes east of Orlando International Airport, 1 hour south of Daytona International Speedway and 45 minutes north of world famous Cocoa Beach, lies the city of Titusville, which rests in the shadows of Kennedy Space Center. It is from here that Capt. Mark offers Orlando fishing charters light tackle inshore sport-fishing trips for redfish and trout all year. Inshore fishing for tarpon, snook, jacks, ladyfish and black drum are also available on a seasonal basis.
Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Charters for Orlando Visitors
The awe and inspiration of the Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River Lagoon is health food for the soul. Bottlenose dolphin, manatees and alligators often swim with us as wading birds stalk the shorelines and pelicans and seagulls fly by or dive around us. While the fishing may be the highlight of your trip the wildlife will be an incredible bonus!
Our Fishing Charters
For those of you looking to target larger game fish Capt. Mark also offers near shore trips. The beaches off of Cocoa Beach offer a wide variety of seasonal game fish. Kingfish, tarpon, cobia, and triple tail are just some of the hard fighting varieties available. All near shore trips leave out of Port Canaveral which is just a short 40 minute drive from Orlando, FL.
Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Charters & Orlando Fishing Charters Details Fishing trips may be custom tailored to YOUR needs or preferences and skill levels. The use of live or natural baits as well as artificial lures will be employed as necessary or at the Client’s request. Capt. Mark will do “whatever it takes” to put fish in the boat for his diehard clients. If kicking back and letting the fish come to you is more your style Capt. Mark can tailor your trip to that laid back attitude.
For those who truly want to learn the ropes of flats fishing, instructional charters are offered. Here, emphasis is placed on the teachings of flats fishing rather than the catching. This will effectively shave years off of the learning curve of the trial and error method of becoming an accomplished angler!
Orlando Fishing Charters
Only a short drive from Orlando, Daytona or Cocoa Beach and only 2 ½ hours from Tampa, Titusville is an easy reach for the angler looking for an adventure or just a relaxing day of no stress fun! For more information on what to expect on your trip please check out the “Trip Details” portion of this website.
The Orlando Fishing Experience
Our Orlando guests can expect a fishing trip that caters to both family and excitement. Keeping the rods busy is Captain Mark’s specialty, and when first-time clients fish with us, they become lifelong clients. As part of your Orlando visit you really should consider a fishing trip here on the nearby coast. Aside from fishing, you can expect to view wildlife, sea life, and create a memory that will add to the value of your Orlando vacation. If you’re bringing the kids, Captain Mark will ensure they have a great time both in the boat and on their fishing rods.
What kind of fish can we catch?
For inshore, Redfish, Snook, Speckled Trout, Tarpon, or Black Drum are the fish we often target. We often see additional catches of snapper, jack crevalle, small sharks, and a fun favorite for the kids – lady fish. There are also many other species that inhabit these lagoon’s – something is biting all year. For nearshore Kingfish, Cobia and (bigger) Tarpon are the usual goals – but this part of the fishery can offer many surprises for those who wish to take this trip.
Can we keep the fish?
Most of our targeted species have bag and size limits and/or season dates. As long as your catch follows along with the state’s set rules, YES – you can keep your catch if you desire to do so.
How much is it to go fishing from Orlando?
Our fishing charter rates start as low as $325 – See the full price list here.
Orlando Fishing Charters
Fishing charters for Orlando visitors are available a short distance away. The fishing here in the Mosquito Lagoon is phenomenal, and should not be missed by any Orlando visitor.
Fishing Charters Orlando
When searching fishing charters Orlando look no further than the fishing charters available with Capt. Mark Wright. Just a short distance from Orlando, there is not a better fishery.
Reservations & Gift Certificates
For your convenience we have an online reservation system which allows you to check availability, reserve your date, and pay your deposit. We also offer gift certificates that can be purchased online and delivered to your email address on the same day as your purchase. Please check the “Reservations” and “Gift Certificates” portion of this web site for more details.
LOCAL anglers can save $ by fishing on Capt. Mark’s Schedule!
Local anglers who are able to fish on Capt. Mark’s schedule and with short notice are invited to register for the SCOUTING TRIP CHARTER SERVICE. As Capt. Mark endeavors to keep abreast of the best bite he is frequently “scouting” for redfish, spotted seatrout, black drum and more. These trips average 4 hours and are priced at $125 per person. Please keep in mind you may be “sharing” the bow with another on the “list”. Send Capt. Mark an email to be included!
Poor weather forecasting caused us to reschedule or outright cancel several trips this past week. What constitutes a “poor” forecast? In my mind one that’s not even close to accurate. A poor forecast places rain & thunderstorms chances at 70% all day and then not see any rain until noon and only light rain then. While this issue isn’t much of a problem in most professions it’s an income loser for those who rely on fishing for a living. It also hurts other services which rely on fisher-folk like bait and tackle stores and boat rental companies. As a charter…