2-6-19

Good morning! Inshore fishing has benefitted from the recent calmer conditions, with Redfish still leading the way. There are quite a few larger than average Redfish being caught off of shorelines, on lures such as DOA CAL jigs, Gulp Shrimp, and flies such as sliders and crab patterns. Seatrout are still around in good numbers,…

1-30-2019

The rains have subsided, and sunny days are providing sight fishing opportunities in the Indian River, with some of the cleanest water conditions we’ve seen . There have been plenty of Redfish around, with Gulp Shrimp being the best bet on spinning and Rattle Shrimp the best bet for fly anglers. Seatrout are also quite…

1-28-19

With the rainy, windy conditions we have received, there hasn’t been a lot of offshore fishing activity to report. but hopefully the cooler temps spark some Sailfish activity. Fishing the inlets has been a good bet, with Snook activity good, Tarpon in Ft. Pierce at night, and Sebastian producing large Redfish. The surf has still…

1-23-19

Even with the windy, rough conditions, surf fishing for Bluefish has been really good on spoons and Jigfish metals. Pompano fishing has been off with these conditions, but will surely rebound with some calmer days. The inlets have been the best bet of late, with lots of Snook and Redfish in Sebastian being taken on…

1-17-19

Fishing in the Indian River has still been good, with plenty of Redfish around, and some larger Seatrout. Both species have been taken on Hook Up Jigs, DOA CAL jigs, and Gulp Shrimp. Fly anglers have been scoring on crab patterns for Redfish, and Clouser Minnows and Seaducers for the Seatrout. There have also been…

1-9-19

Fishing for Pompano in the surf has been excellent of late, both on sand fleas and goofy jigs. Bluefish have also been plentiful, with some Spanish Mackerel mixed in, both taking spoons pretty reliably. In the Indian River, redfish have been plentiful, but the clearer water has made them a bit more difficult. The 2…

1-2-2019

Happy New Year! The warm and relatively calm conditions have lead to some pretty good fishing in the Indian River, with pretty fair numbers of Redfish being caught along the shorelines. Gulp Shrimp, DOA CAL jigs, and flies such as the Shrimp Tease have accounted for most of the catches. Sea Trout have also been…