Good morning, dolphin, cobia, sailfish and kingfish can be found offshore scattered over a wide area of the Atlantic. Improved weather conditions should allow anglers to venture out over the next few days and we will be able to provide you with more specifics after they get back from their day offshore.
Inshore, the catwalk on the south bridge in Ft. Pierce was on fire in the early morning hours. Anglers there were catching ladyfish, bluefish, black drum, margate and sandperch on live shrimp, cut shrimp and cut ladyfish. Snook were active over night at the catwalk and along the south side of the inlet all the way out to the south jetty. Capt. Scott Crippen fishing in one of the all new Skull Island technical polling skiffs www.skullislandskiffs.com yesterday reported that the flats are holding a good number of gator trout. A few redfish have been reported north in the lagoon around the Queens cove area and are taking Berkley Gulp and DOA CAL minnows.
Stop by the shop or purchase from our website www.whitestackle.com for all your springtime tuna, wahoo, cobia and swordfish supplies. We carry a great assortment of tackle and are pleased to assist you.
Have a great day, Donald.