Good morning, windy weather again yesterday kept most boats in port. We will have to wait and see what the rest of the week brings, but it looks like a promising week end. Reports of dolphin, kingfish, cobia, wahoo and a few sailfish have surfaced over the last few days. Bottom fish reports have been good for catch and release grouper and bag limits of mangrove snapper.
Inshore, yesterday was a good day for spanish mackerel catches off the south jetty in Ft. Pierce. Anglers there saw plenty of action using small size gotchas and silver spoons. The south jetty has been a good spot to find some decent snook fishing after sunset. Red tail hawk type jigs and pinfish have been getting the job done at the jetty and along the inlet. Trout and redfish remain strong for the spring time flats fishing. Top water lures and live bait are best for gator size trout this time of year.
Be sure to stop by our shop and pick up a flyer for the first KING OF THE SOUTH TOURNAMENT OR VISIT email@example.com. This is a new format for a kingfish tournament that is spread over 45 days of fishing excitement.
Have a great day, Donald.