Offshore the King fishing has been good in the typical Kingfish grounds. There have been some Mahi out deep from 350-500ft with some Sailfish mixed in there and a little shallower. Trolling Ballyhoo will be your best bet, Mono rigs will work but with the amount of Kingfish around wire rigs will work the best. Bottom fishing has been good with a few Sea Bass, Mangroves and Amberjacks being caught but the current has been ripping so you have to use a good amount of lead to keep it on the bottom. Coming off this full moon there have been a handful of Wahoo caught. Early morning and Late afternoon has been the best, high speed trolling Cowbells and Crooked Island Candies in Black/Purple and Black/Red have worked the best. Swordfishing out of Ft. Pierce has been great as well this past week with a bunch of nice Swordfish being caught day timing.
Inshore fishing in Stuart has been great, the water has been really clear on both incoming and outgoing tides. There have been some big Redfish on the Jensen Beach and Stuart causeways. Snook fishing in the North Fork and South Fork of the St. Lucie is fantastic right now. There have been a bunch of schools of finger Mullet and bigger Silver Mullet around, both will produce plenty of Snook and Jack bites. Reports of Bluefish, Spanish Macks and Pompano off of Hobe Sound Public, that should get even better in the next few weeks!
.GULF STREAM HAZARDS…Southeast winds increasing to around 20 knots this evening will cause seas to build to between 6 and 7 feet north from Cape Canaveral northward by late tonight.
The approximate location of the west wall of the Gulf Stream based on the Real Time Ocean Forecast System as of Tuesday October 15th.
40 nautical miles east of Ponce Inlet. 32 nautical miles east of Port Canaveral. 28 nautical miles east of Sebastian Inlet. 21 nautical miles east of Fort Pierce Inlet. 12 nautical miles east of Saint Lucie Inlet.
Sewall Point, St. Lucie River, Florida
27.1750° N, 80.1883° W
2019-10-18 Fri 11:34 AM EDT Moonset
2019-10-18 Fri 1:37 PM EDT 1.2 feet High Tide
2019-10-18 Fri 6:49 PM EDT Sunset
2019-10-18 Fri 8:07 PM EDT 0.8 feet Low Tide
2019-10-18 Fri 10:24 PM EDT Moonrise
2019-10-19 Sat 1:40 AM EDT 1.1 feet High Tide
2019-10-19 Sat 7:22 AM EDT Sunrise
2019-10-19 Sat 8:25 AM EDT 0.5 feet Low Tide
2019-10-19 Sat 12:32 PM EDT Moonset
2019-10-19 Sat 2:27 PM EDT 1.2 feet High Tide
2019-10-19 Sat 6:48 PM EDT Sunset
2019-10-19 Sat 8:59 PM EDT 0.9 feet Low Tide
2019-10-19 Sat 11:17 PM EDT Moonrise
2019-10-20 Sun 2:32 AM EDT 1.1 feet High Tide
2019-10-20 Sun 7:23 AM EDT Sunrise
2019-10-20 Sun 9:21 AM EDT 0.6 feet Low Tide
2019-10-20 Sun 1:28 PM EDT Moonset
2019-10-20 Sun 3:23 PM EDT 1.2 feet High Tide
2019-10-20 Sun 6:47 PM EDT Sunset