Good morning, still nothing to report from offshore as high winds have hampered efforts by offshore anglers to try their luck at dolphin, cobia, wahoo and the bottom dwellers.
Inshore, the big topic of discussion has been snook and their abundance in the inlet. Anglers hit the mother lode last night with snook taking red tail hawk type jigs after sunset on both tides. Jack crevalle and ladyfish have been numerous in the inlet and the turning basin as well. Bluefish seemed to have vacated the inlet but can still be found in the surf when winds allow anglers to try their luck. Spring time trout fishing has been good on the flats when you can find a spot out of the wind to cast for the those gator size trout. Soft plastics like Berkley Gulp, DOA, and Exude.
THIS SATURDAY WE WILL SPONSOR A MOMOI LINE SPOOLING EVENT HERE AT WHITE'S TACKLE. WE WILL BE OFFERING MOMOI HIGH CATCH MONO 12#-80# IN CLEAR AND HI-VIS AND MOMOI DIAMOND BRAID 10#-65# IN BLUE AND BROWN COLORS AT DEEPLY DISCOUNTED PRICES. FOR YOUR CONVIENCE YOU MAY DROP OFF YOUR REELS ON FRIDAY MARCH 16TH AND PICK THEM UP ON SATURDAY MARCH 17TH. THE REP FOR NU-ICE WILL ALSO BE HERE TO ANSWER ANY OF YOUR QUESTIONS FOR THIS EXCITING NEW PRODUCT.
Have a great day, Donald