Today is shaping up to be a nice day offshore but starting Sunday afternoon the seas will kick back up until Wednesday morning. The Spring Mahi run should really start to set in withing the next few weeks. There have been a few 15lb to 20lb Mahi caught out of Stuart trolling dead Ballyhoos in 180ft. A few Sailfish have been caught in the past few days but it hasn’t been to crazy. A couple of our customers have been catching Permit early in the morning on the Boils on live crabs with a 1oz jig head. We haven’t heard to many reports of Cobia around but that should pick up as well. The Big Spanish Mackerel have been off pecks lake, Most fish being in the 5lb-9lb range.
The Snook bite has still been strong to past few days, Live pilchards skipped under the docks in the IRL and St. Lucie have produced a number of fish. The Roosevelt Bridge at night has been a great pace to target them, Flair hawks, Spoolteks and DOA swimming mullets are the best lures to use to get the bite. This cold front should get these Pompano eating the next few days but after that it should be over until next year. We are 1 week out from our Whites Tackle Fly Slam Tournament. Sign up in our Vero shop. Its a 2 Man team, Fly only tournament with great prizes, BBQ, and Beer! Hope to see everyone out there!
Synopsis: AXIS OF HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE SETTLING INTO CENTRAL FLORIDA TODAY WILL PRODUCE LIGHT WINDS AND GOOD BOATING CONDITIONS. A WEAK COLD FRONT WILL DROP THROUGH THE WATERS EARLY SUNDAY AND PRODUCE A BRIEF PERIOD OF POOR TO HAZARDOUS BOATING CONDITIONS. WINDS WILL DIMINISH EARLY NEXT WEEK AND SEAS WILL SLOWLY SUBSIDE AS HIGH PRESSURE SETTLES BACK OVER THE WATERS.
.GULF STREAM HAZARDS…NONE.
THE APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF THE WEST WALL OF THE GULF STREAM BASED ON THE REAL TIME OCEAN FORECAST SYSTEM AS OF FRIDAY MARCH 17TH.
42 NAUTICAL MILES EAST OF PONCE INLET. 30 NAUTICAL MILES EAST OF PORT CANAVERAL. 27 NAUTICAL MILES EAST OF SEBASTIAN INLET. 18 NAUTICAL MILES EAST OF FORT PIERCE INLET. 11 NAUTICAL MILES EAST OF SAINT LUCIE INLET.
// Fort Pierce Inlet, Florida Tide Chart
27.4683° N, 80.2967° W 2017-03-18 Sat 1:01 PM EDT 1.6 feet High Tide 2017-03-18 Sat 7:12 PM EDT 0.1 feet Low Tide 2017-03-18 Sat 7:31 PM EDT Sunset 2017-03-19 Sun 1:43 AM EDT 1.7 feet High Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 7:25 AM EDT Sunrise 2017-03-19 Sun 7:43 AM EDT 0.5 feet Low Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 1:48 PM EDT 1.5 feet High Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 7:32 PM EDT Sunset 2017-03-19 Sun 8:02 PM EDT 0.2 feet Low Tide // Stuart, St. Lucie River, Florida Tide Chart
Stuart, St. Lucie River, Florida 27.2000° N, 80.2583° W 2017-03-18 Sat 3:28 PM EDT 0.8 feet High Tide 2017-03-18 Sat 7:31 PM EDT Sunset 2017-03-18 Sat 10:43 PM EDT 0.1 feet Low Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 4:10 AM EDT 0.8 feet High Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 7:25 AM EDT Sunrise 2017-03-19 Sun 11:14 AM EDT 0.4 feet Low Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 4:15 PM EDT 0.8 feet High Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 7:31 PM EDT Sunset 2017-03-19 Sun 11:33 PM EDT 0.2 feet Low Tide // Vero Beach, Indian River, Florida Tide Chart
Vero Beach, Indian River, Florida 27.6333° N, 80.3750° W 2017-03-18 Sat 10:55 AM EDT -0.2 feet Low Tide 2017-03-18 Sat 4:18 PM EDT 0.1 feet High Tide 2017-03-18 Sat 7:31 PM EDT Sunset 2017-03-18 Sat 10:28 PM EDT -0.3 feet Low Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 5:24 AM EDT 0.4 feet High Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 7:26 AM EDT Sunrise 2017-03-19 Sun 11:48 AM EDT -0.2 feet Low Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 5:04 PM EDT 0.1 feet High Tide 2017-03-19 Sun 7:32 PM EDT Sunset 2017-03-19 Sun 11:14 PM EDT -0.3 feet Low Tide Tight lines and Good Luck! - Tyler