Good morning, high winds again yesterday kept boats in port. The wind changed direction this morning and may moderate by tomorrow. A few boats slipped out this morning to see if they could find a sailfish or dolphin.
Inshore, dirty water has slowed the fishing scene considerably through out the lagoon. One angler who is in the Coast Guard, fishing from the wall at the Ft. Pierce station reported some good snook fishing and caught some bluefish on red tail hawk type jigs. Recent changes in the law have placed some restrictions on how close a boater will be permitted to the station. Jacks,bluefish, and snook are scattered around the inlet and bridges. We have heard of few flounder caught from the south jetty in Ft. Pierce. All in all the fishing scene has been slow and should pick up some next week when our area temperatures return to a more normal pattern.
Enjoy your weekend, Donald.