Due to ridiculous winds and cold I don’t have an offshore report for today. It looks like the latter part of the week should be plenty fish-able with lower winds and seas in the 3-4′ range. It should be excellent with this last front pushing some more sails our way. There was a tremendous amount of bait offshore last week so hopefully it will drag some more fish down.
Inshore has still been really good considering the extreme temperatures. The red-fishing has been excellent and has produced double digits almost daily. The big winter trout are schooled up in deep holes in the early and late hours, and are pushing up in the shallows during the heat of the day to warm up. Gulp, mirror lure and Marsh Works soft plastics have been producing great results. A super slow presentation is required to get the bite. There are still some big redfish in the Ft. Pierce Inlet as well as plenty of bluefish, mackerel, and some nice flounder.
Have a great day!!!