11-23-22

It looks like we’ve got some better weather headed our way for the holiday weekend. There haven’t been lots of reports over the last few days, but Sebastian Inlet has been very good at night for activity. Snook, Tarpon, larger Jack Crevalle, and big Ladyfish have bent the rods of almost everyone putting up with…

11-16-22

Transition time is here, as fish begin to pattern differently as the weather begins to change. The beaches are seeing fewer Snook, but Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel appear in greater numbers. Jack Crevalle are also a common catch as well, Hopefully Pompano numbers will increase as the water settles a bit, and the best news…

11-2-22

Surf anglers have had some nice conditions the last few days, and activity has been up. Pompano numbers are slowly rising, with Round Island the most consistent area. Spanish Mackerel have been around in good numbers, with Bluefish and Jack Crevalle also active. Some Snook are also being caught still, and even a few Tarpon…

10-26-22

Some calmer west winds have arrived, giving surf and offshore anglers some better conditions, and hopefully some good fishing. Offshore, there’s been Dolphin in 120′ of water, and the Kingfish bite in 70′ to 80′ of water has been good on greenies. In the surf, there has been some mullet moving in smaller schools, as…

10-19-22

The first cold front of the season is upon us and will likely shuffle the deck a bit. Hopefully some more mullet will push down and stimulate the surf fishing a bit. There have been some decent Spanish Mackerel and Jack Crevalle around. but hopefully the Snook and Tarpon get going again. The cooler temps…

10-12-22

Good morning everyone. The mullet run has slowed down a bit, but a front coming Saturday will likely push more bait this way. There have been some Snook caught in the surf, along with Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel, and Jack Crevalle, Spoons, soft plastics, plugs, and of course live mullet have all been effective. The inlets…

10-5-22

It appears the mullet run has turned back on full tilt post storm, with lots of finger mullet and some silvers moving down the beach. Tarpon, sharks, Snook, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, Redfish, and Bluefish are all waiting for them as they pass by. NLBN ‘Lil Mullet, Paddle Tails, Hogys, spoons, and Yo-Zuri twitch baits have…

9-21-22

Good morning everyone. The mullet migration is in full swing, with large schools of mostly finger mullet up and down the area beaches. Snook, sharks, Jack Crevalle, and the acrobatic Tarpon are all out taking advantage. Hogys, NLBN ‘Lil Mullet, and plugs have all been productive, as has live bait. Inshore, the recent rains have…

9-14-22

Good morning everyone. The swell is subsiding, and mullet are moving down the beach pretty regularly now. Tarpon, Snook, sharks, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, and others are staged up to ambush them as they pass thru. NLBN Lil’ Mullet, Hogys, Zara Spooks, and Yo-Zuri twitch baits have all been productive. There has been weed in some…

9-7-22

Good morning everyone. Surf conditions remain fairly calm for a few more days, and mullet and greenies are providing food for Snook, Tarpon, Sharks, and Jack Crevalle. NLBN Lil’ Mullet, Hogy Paddle Tails, and plugs have all provided activity, along with live bait. Offshore, the Mangrove Snapper bite in 60′ to 80′ is very good,…