Good morning, steady strong winds over the weekend and forecast to blow for the next few days have hampered boater’s chances of fishing offshore.
Inshore, windy weather will keep anglers from fishing offshore, but snook fisherman know that snook like the water stirred up a bit. The south jetty at Ft. Pierce over the last few days have produced some good snook fishing on red tail hawk jigs, fished slow and close to the bottom. We also heard reports of some mutton snapper caught in the inlet yesterday on live shrimp. Look for spanish mackerel, pompano and bluefish to show up as soon as the weather settles down.
STOP BY THE SHOP AND CHECK OUT OUR SALE RACK OF RODS, NOW ON CLEARANCE. OUR INVENTORY HAS BEEN STOCKED WITH SOME EXCITING GIFT ITEMS FOR CHRISTMAS AND IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT WE HAVE ADDED: PATAGONIA, SIMMS, RIVERS WEST, PELAGIC, HOWLER BROS AND FATHOM OFFSHORE.
Have a great day, Donald.