Good morning, we didn’t hear to much from yesterday offshore as cooler water temperature still dominates the deeper water. Near shore water temperatures warmed slightly yesterday to 67-68 degrees. Finding bait on the beach can be a chore and anglers that ventured to the cove off Vero Beach were rewarded to find small patches of greenies and mixed in with greenies were kingfish and cobia. Dave Moberg reported catching several cobia on live greenies and jigs. Howie Marsh caught a 47 # kingfish on live bait in the same area. Sunday and Monday provided anglers with shots at cobia along the beaches.
Inshore, trout fishing has been good. There seems to be plenty of the little trout in the lagoon right now. Bob Benton reported catching some trout last night off Jaycee Park using a rainbow trout color DOA Cal Minnow on the incoming tide. Mangrove snapper, trout and redfish are on the flats, north in the lagoon. Live shrimp have been producing mangrove snapper along the channel edges of the intra-coastal and the Ft. Pierce inlet.
Have a great day, Donald.
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