Good morning, Brian Black reported catching some dolphin offshore yesterday. He said he found cleaner water in about 180′ and the dolphin were along that edge. As we head into the weekend look for dolphin, sailfish and wahoo wherever you find cleaner water. This years bally-hoo season is in full swing as netters for the prime sailfish baits are busy putting away smalls and extra smalls for the upcoming sailfish tournaments. We have been busy in our shop preparing inventories for the sailfish tournaments as well, be sure to stop by and check out some of the new stuff we have added.
Inshore, reports of redfish north in the lagoon continue to stream in. Anglers there have had success on copper spoons and Berkley Gulp. The docks along Indian River Drive on the west side of the lagoon have been good for trout, snook and jacks. The inlet at Ft. Pierce has been good for some tarpon and snook action. As we head into the late fall weather patterns, trollers in the inlet will find success using deep running lures on snook.
Have a great weekend, Donald.