Located on the western shore of the Intracoastal Waterway in sleepy Oak Hill, FL, and a five-minute idle to the world-famous flats of Mosquito Lagoon, our two-unit fish camp is the ideal base of operations for anglers in search of the lagoon's hard-pulling redfish and monster trout. The camp is also perfectly situated for bird watchers and other wildlife enthusiasts along with those interested in exploring the lagoon on kayaks or stand-up paddleboards. Bring your own rig and tie up at our private dock, fish with camp owner Capt. Brian Clancy aboard his Hell's Bay skiff, or engage another one of the lagoon's dozens of accomplished guides. Or do all three. With our unique lagoon redfish population, the fish are here all year, and we'll make sure you find them.
Just an hour from metropolitan Orlando and two hours from Jacksonville, Mosquito Lagoon Fish Camp is an easy (and affordable) weekend. But when you wake up on that first morning to nothing but the low roar of the distant surf telegraphed through the salt air and the mullet splashing in the gray light of dawn, your skiff ready at the dock, chances are you won't be thinking about where you came from or how you got here. And that's exactly what we're aiming for.