Good morning, the offshore reports are still slow to come these days. The general information we have received indicate some cobia, kingfish, amberjack, sailfish and dolphin are scattered across the areas reefs. Bottom fishing remains good for black sea bass and mangrove snapper on the shallow reefs and a few grouper out in deeper water.
Inshore, mullet and more mullet have infiltrated our lagoon and the areas beaches. With each passing wave of mullet, the snook, bluefish and jack crevalle have a field day feasting on mullet. Roger Lightle reported catching a slot size snook last night fishing on Ft. Pierce’s north beach. Most of the snook are under size and finding one in the slot can be a challenge. Richard Loupe reported good trout fishing north in the lagoon using a DOA shrimp fished under a popping cork. The docks along the south side of the inlet are good haven’s for snook to hang around to ambush mullet. Waders on the west side south of Ft. Pierce are also finding some success along the docks lining that shore line.
October 22ND. is the date for the 4TH Annual White’s Tackle Inshore Classic Tournament. Hurry and get signed up before time runs out.
Karl Mullinax in our Archery Section has announced: We now have a demo Elite Archery "The Answer" bow in stock for you to try. Karl shot The Answer this weekend and proclaimed it is quite possibly the best bow ever from Elite Archery.
Have a good day, Kadri.