Good morning, offshore reports from yesterday were scarce because of the windy conditions over the last few days. This winter and spring surely must have set some records for windy conditions. As the wind subsides look to find cobia, dolphin, kingfish and wahoo scattered across the Atlantic along our coast. One boat reported yesterday, a catch of 20 dolphin on Saturday in less than desirable seas. Anglers are busy gearing up for the yellowfin tuna season over in the Bahamas, as soon as the weather is better.
Inshore, snook fishing over night remained strong at the south jetty in Ft. Pierce. Red tail hawk type jigs and live bait have been working best on the snook and most of the action has been after sunset. One angler reported a catch of pompano and trout near Harbor Branch on DOA Cal minnows and Exude jerk baits yesterday. The flats overall are ripe to harvest big snook, trout and redfish for some exiting spring time action.
THIS SATURDAY IS OUR LINE SPOOLING EVENT FOR MOMOI FISHING LINES . WE WILL BE SPOOLING BOTH MONO AND BRAIDED LINES : HIGH CATCH MONO 12#-80# CLEAR & HIGH VIS AND DIAMOND BRAID FROM 10#-65# IN BLUE & BROWN COLORS, YOUR CHOICE. WE WILL DEEPLY DISCOUNT BOTH THE MONO AND BRAIDED LINES AND YOU MAY DROP OFF YOUR REELS ON FRIDAY 16TH & PICK THEM UP ON SATURDAY THE 17TH. THE DATE FOR THIS SPOOLING EVENT IS SATURDAY MARCH 17TH.
Have a great day, Donald.