Good morning, the offshore scene is still scattered about. Kingfish can be found in 80 feet and on the beach. Anglers are finding success on live bait with a few sailfish and a dolphin every now and then. One angler reported catching a 40 # wahoo out of the Ft. Pierce inlet trolling a ribbonfish. Bait can be found at the buoys and along the beaches. Waves of glass minnows are working their way along the beach and mixed in with them are snook, tarpon, jacks and spanish mackerel. Sharks will often times chase after the fish chasing the glass minnows, so use precaution around the bait pods. Cobia are cruising around in 60 feet but can pop up just about any time.
Inshore, snook are on the beach after glass minnows and fly rod anglers have been catching them on glass minnow fly imitations. Tarpon are also on the beach and feeding on the abundance of bait. Catch and release action for snook from the south jetty has been good lately in the A.M. Water temperature has been around 74 degrees and mangrove snapper and margates are still taking a shrimp around the areas bridges. Trout fishing is best in the early morning hours and are taking soft plastics and some topwater lures. Sand perch are also taking a piece of shrimp on a # 6 hook in the turning basin and around the area bridges.
Have a great day, Donald.