Good morning, windy conditions kept boats in port yesterday. Several people we talked to yesterday were going to poke their nose out of the Ft. Pierce inlet and have look. We will get back to you when we have something to report. When the fishing resumes offshore, expect to find our normal late fall fishing pattern. Sailfish, dolphin and wahoo usually are found in good numbers for the next several months.
Inshore, the snook fishing over night resumed back to a strong bite for anglers fishing the south jetty. Anglers there found success using a chartreuse and blue jig fishing the middle of the ebb tide. Redfish have been found in northern St. Lucie county and have been caught on copper color spoons and on Berkley gulp lures. Water in the lagoon is dirty from all the fresh water run off and should return to normal over the next few days. Mullet schools along the south side of the inlet have been busted by snook and bluefish. We have not heard of much in the surf the last couple of days because of strong windy conditions from the north east.
ATTENTION SAILFISH TOURNAMENT ANGLERS: WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK A FRESH SUPPLY OF SUFFIX HI-VIS FISHING LINE. IT IS TIME TO RE-SPOOL.
Have a great day, Donald.