YOUR Fishing guide will pick you up AND drop you off right at our dock

Call (386)566-6502 for information and availability.

Custom charters with with one of the areas accomplished guides are available for camp guests and others. We offer both fly and light-tackle fishing for redfish, speckled trout, and a variety of other seasonal species. With decades of experience, we adapt to your fishing abilities, interests, and style. Please call or text (386)566-6502.

Skiff and Gear

You'll be guided out of boats designed for fishing the flats and ideal for sight-fishing here in the northern Mosquito Lagoon.

You're certainly welcome to bring your own tackle, but bait, license and tackle are included with all guided trips.

Brian is hands down the best guide I have ever fished with. He knows the lagoon like the back of his hand. He’s also very patient and great with kids. The cabin was great and exceeded all my expectations.
— Jeff Smith

What's Included and What to Bring

All necessary tackle, bait, ice, and cold drinks (water, diet and regular soft drinks) are included. When fishing with a licensed guide, all permits and licenses are also included. 

It's always cooler in the winter and hotter in the summer when you're on the water. Dress accordingly for maximum comfort. Polarized sunglasses (preferably top-quality, like Costa) are a must for sight-fishing. Wear comfortable, soft-soled shoes.

PLEASE NOTE that when fishing on your own you most possess a valid Florida saltwater fishing license. If fishing in Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, which comprises much of Mosquito Lagoon, you must also have a current, signed  MINWR, fishing permit. The permit is free and self-issuing. Simply download, print, and sign it.

What an awesome place to land your first red. Capt. Brian really knows what he is doing. He WILL put you on fish. The accommodations were great and had a very “at home” feel. Great view, good fish, and awesome people. One of the best fishing experiences of my life.
— Daniel Fantini

A Note from Capt. Brian

Fishing is both my livelihood and my passion. If I'm not meeting at the fish camp, you'll most likely see me out there on the lagoon fishing.

This area became my home in the early '60s when my Dad retired from the Air Force and started his second career at the space center. His love for fishing had a long-lasting effect on me. Luckily I've been able to fish all over the globe — Hawaii, Fiji, New Zealand, England, Scotland, Ireland, the Bahamas(Andros), Mexico, and Turks and Caicos, to name a few.

As good as some of those places are, they make me appreciate what a special place the Mosquito Lagoon is. The area gets a lot attention, and I've been fortunate to appear in publications such as Florida Sportsman, Sport Fishing, and Fly Fishing in Salt Waters. I've also done a few TV shows over the years, including Sport Fishing Television, Shallow Water Angler, Fins and Skins, and Tarpon Bay Tales.

All fun stuff, but the best part of my job is seeing anglers catch fish and enjoy the Mosquito Lagoon. Our guides have daily contact with these waters which allows them to help clients fish in a variety of ways using fly, live bait and artificials. 

Best regards.
Capt. Brian Clancy

Capt. Brian

Brian Clancy got us on the fish early and often! Great day on the water. Red fish, trout, and we hooked into tarpon as well. Sure things are rare. Brian is a sure thing.
— Charles Wood

Charter Rates

Trips for one or two anglers are $450 for five hours. Additional time is $50/hour.

For larger parties, additional guides and skiffs can be coordinated.

A $100 deposit is required to reserve your date(s). In the event your captain determines the weather is unsuitable for fishing, your deposit will be refunded or applied to another day — your choice.

Many guides practice catch and release only with redfish to keep their populations healthy.

Had a wonderful day with Brian. He was extremely patient with us, as we are novice fisherman. Caught some nice sized redfish and trout!
— Barbara Bertasi Diaz