Good morning, Scott and I fished for an hour or so yesterday afternoon up toward Round Island. The finger mullet were pretty think up there. All the shorelines had mullet getting attacked by snook and jacks. We cast a white bucktail for a few minutes only to catch a small snook, but it was a promising sight to see a small snook. After the bad freeze a few years ago there haven't been many juvenile snook in the river. I have heard from several people in the last week that they have been catching more and more juvenile snook on the flats and along the mangrove shoreline. its great to see the river rebound after such a horrific fish kill.
The inlet has still been producing tarpon and redfish to the anglers fishing in the night time. Bomber plugs and red tail hawks have been the best lures to fish. Sebastian Inlet has also been producing numbers of large redfish. I received a picture of one yesterday that as well over 40 inches longs!
As the winds die down the surf with get a little calmer making it easier to fish the mullet schools still coming down the beach. They usually run till the first of November, so get out there and cast a plug before they pass us by. Stop in a check out all the reels we have on sale. Penn, Shimano, and Daiwa reels marked down as much as 20% off. Have a great day!