The Dolphin bite has been great between 100-200ft with a few Blackfins mixed in. The Sailfish bite has been slow but with a cold front coming this Friday it should bring the water temp down and the bite should pick up.
Black drum and a few Redfish are being caught at the Fort Pierce Inlet. Crabs, Shrimp, and cutbait are the best ways to target them. The Snook bite has slowed down on the bridges, hopefully Fridays cold front should stack them up. the trout bite has slowed down but is still steady, twitch baits, topwaters and jerk baits are all effective to catch them.
The Pompano are there if you want to try to battle the waves.
Synopsis: A FRONTAL BOUNDARY STALLED ACROSS NORTH FLORIDA WILL LIFT NORTHWARD TODAY AS A HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE OVER SOUTH FLORIDA BUILDS INTO THE CENTRAL PENINSULA. A LIGHT TO GENTLE SOUTHERLY BREEZE WILL PREVAIL INTO THURSDAY. WINDS WILL FRESHEN OUT OF THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST ON THURSDAY AHEAD OF A STRONG COLD FRONT…WHICH WILL MOVE ACROSS THE AREA ON FRIDAY. A SURGE OF NORTH TO NORTHEAST WINDS BEHIND THE FRONT WILL CREATE HAZARDOUS BOATING CONDITIONS FRIDAY THROUGH SATURDAY.
.GULF STREAM HAZARDS…NONE.
THE APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF THE WEST WALL OF THE GULF STREAM BASED ON THE REAL TIME OCEAN FORECAST SYSTEM FROM SATURDAY DECEMBER 12TH.
42 NAUTICAL MILES EAST OF PONCE INLET. 30 NAUTICAL MILES EAST OF PORT CANAVERAL. 25 NAUTICAL MILES EAST OF SEBASTIAN INLET. 17 NAUTICAL MILES EAST OF FORT PIERCE INLET. 12 NAUTICAL MILES EAST OF SAINT LUCIE INLET.
Tight lines, Tyler