Video: Paddling the Indian River Lagoon

Terry Tomalin and friends begin a two-and-a-half-day kayak tour of the Florida’s Indian River Lagoon, which contains 70 miles of some of the best redfishing in the U.S. Not much fishing (yet), but the video accompanying the series gives a spectacular view of the waterway, including Mosquito Lagoon and a bit of the Banana River. “Covering about one third of Florida’s East Coast, the Indian River Lagoon straddles the border of the temperate and subtropical zones, making it the most biologically diverse estuary in the United States. “Covering about one third of Florida’s East Coast, the Indian River Lagoon straddles the border of the temperate and subtropical zones, making it the most biologically diverse estuary in the United States.” The series starts today in the St. Petersburg Times and runs through Thursday.

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  • Lew

    wow, looks spectacular. I may have to consider that for my vacation 🙂
    Check out my new online tackle shop!