It's been a little windy the last few days but it looks like there is relief for the weekend. We haven't heard a whole lot since Mondays report although the water is cleaning back up and we did hear of some bait moving back on the beach. There were some nice dolphin around as of a few days ago, and plenty of kingfish. There are piles of Spanish Mackerel on the beach for those who want to bend a rod and not burn a lot of gas (liquid gold).
Inshore fishing has been pretty steady. There have been some decent numbers of redfish in the Vero Shores area and on the old faithful Moorings and Round Island areas. The night time snook fishing has still been pretty hot and remember we only ave a couple of days of season left. I heard of good numbers of summer time trout on the power plant flats with 1/8 and 1/4 oz. jig heads and swim tails producing the best results. The mullet are THICK in the river right now so concentrate on fishing the fringes of mullet schools and throwing something as close to a mullet as you can.
Below is a picture from our buddies in North Carolina (Jay Blount and Winslow Taylor) with a 118" est. 600 pound blue marlin they caught the other day. Nice shirt Winslow, way to go guys!