11-16-20

Good Morning, Offshore over the weekend was good with a few nice dolphin around with a few cobia around in 80 to 100ft live bait has produced the best . The sailfish bite has been good to the north in 120ft to160ft with a few wahoo scattered in the front coming down will hopefully push…

11-11-2020

Good morning everyone, and on this Veteran’s Day,  a special thanks to all of you who have served.  It looks like in a few days we will get some relief from the blustery weather we’ve been experiencing. The Indian River continues to get an influx of freshwater, making some areas tough to fish. Culverts have…

11-9-20

Good Morning, Offshore over the weekend not much to report with the crazy weather and it look like it will be hanging around for a little the next few days . Inshore not many people the snook bite was good at the spillway with a few nice fish around . Its looking like this storm…

11-4-20

Good morning everyone. The blustery conditions we’re dealing with have made some fishing better, some pretty tough. Snook fishing in the inlets and at the bridges has been very good the last few nights, with the slight drop in water temperature activating the fish. Both live bait and jigs have been effective. Sebastian Inlet has…

`10-28-20

Good morning everyone. The improved weather we’re experiencing is translating into some better angling experiences. In the surf, calmer, cleaner conditions have led to better catches of Pompano, Bluefish, Snook, Spanish Mackerel, Jack Crevalle, and the occasional Tarpon. There have been quite a few sand fleas around, always a good bet for the Pompano, and…

10-21-20

Good morning everyone. The weather of late has been less than perfect, but those willing to take what’s there have had success. With the rain and bigger tides, culverts and relief canals have been flowing, providing opportunities for Snook, baby Tarpon, and the occasional Redfish or Seatrout. Smaller soft plastics or plugs have been most…

10-14-20

Good morning everyone. With the wind shifting to the north, things are a bit cooler in the mornings, and species along the beach are shifting. More Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel are showing up, along with a few more Pompano showing up here and there. Spoons and jigs are accounting for most of the Bluefish and…