It looks like the wind has picked up a bit but it should be fish-able throughout the rest of the week. For my fellow swordfisherman tonight is my favorite moon phase out in the deep. We have had some awesome nights the night before the full. Closer to home kingfish, cobias, and bonitas have been bending rods and giving everyone plenty of action. I would guess the bait should move back onto the beach now that most of that swell is gone. People are still catching plenty of sailfish off of Ft. Pierce. Some guys have been covered up by sails to the point you would think it was winter.
In the lagoon fishing remains strong. There have been some magnum sized trout caught this week. I would suspect they are also feeding up to the full moon and right at dark should be excellent fishing. There are still some really nice snook on the flats and they should remain there until the fall. The largest snook have been caught in the deeper pot holes on a medium outgoing tide. If you can quietly slip up to the potholes and slide a jerk bait through them you should have good results.
Don’t forget your rain gear if you head out in the next couple of days!