Good morning, as hurricane Katia passes by us she leaves behind a ground swell that is not conducive for good trolling or bottom fishing. Before the ground swell appeared the trolling for sailfish was beginning to improve. Throw in a kingfish or dolphin and you have had a good day on the Atlantic. After the swells pass we should return to a normal fall pattern offshore.
Inshore, the story remains the same with snook and tarpon filling their bellies with mullet. Last night there were some snook taken on jigs on the beginning of the flood tide at the south jetty in Ft. Pierce. Reports from the inlet at Sebastian are normal for this time of year. We have heard that the bite there for snook, redfish and black drum yesterday on the flood tide was good. Mullet and jigs were the baits of choice at Sebastian.
Drop by our shop and check out the new floor layout. We have added the Pelagic line of clothing and increased our selection of Maui Jim Sunglasses. Maui Jim now offers a new lens called the HT for HIGH TRANSMISSION.
Have a great day, Donald.