Offshore over the weekend, The fishing along our coast produced few results. I guess we can blame it on the full moon. Capt Mike Brady onboard the boat Cowpoke, rustled up his anglers 6 Yellowfin Tuna on Saturday late in the day from 30#-60# fishing on the corner. Out front yesterday a few dolphin could be found in 100′-150′ of water. We also heard yesterday about 3-4 miles north of the inlet in 50′ of water some Kingfish and Cobia were caught on live bait. Plenty of bait along the areas beaches should produce some good results on the backside of this moon.
Inshore over the weekend, the snook fishing at the south jetty continued the produce good results on redtail hawk type jigs. Look for that fishing to improve as well as some awesome Tarpon fishing along the beaches and at the mouth of the inlet as we move a way from the full moon. Back in the lagoon large Trout and Snook were found in shallow water around the spoil islands to the north. Due to the very clean water conditions live bait has worked best, but plenty of fish have been caught on top water plugs. Lures working best in the lagoon have been white in color like the Sebile stick shad or the Yo-zuri 3D Minnow.
Have a great day, Donald.