12-5-2018

With cooler air and water temps back, fishing is starting to fall into a winter time pattern. Fishing in the Indian River has been improving for Sea Trout, with plenty of fish populating mangrove shorelines and docks with some depth, as well as the flats and drop-offs. DOA and Gulp shrimp have been effective, as…

DEC 1, 2018

Good morning, The sailfish bite has been slow the past week with most recreational boats catching 1 or 2 Sails a day and the Sportfishing guys catching 3-5 a day. Earlier this week 16 boats fished the Quickie Sailfish tournament and caught a total of 53 both days. The “Alikai” took the win with 8…

11-29-18

With the cooler temps we’ve received, the Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish bite in the surf has been very good, with most fish falling to spoons and bright jigs. There are still a few nice Snook being caught from the beaches, as well as more Pompano being caught on sand fleas and clams. The Indian River…

11-21-2018

With the cooler temps, fishing in the Indian River has really been good for redfish, snook, and trout. Redfish are still around shorelines with clear water, and have fallen for plenty of artificials, especially DOA Shrimp and CAL shad tail jigs. Snook have been tight to the mangroves, but plenty of them are being caught…

11-14-18

11-14-18 Fishing offshore has been a bit slow, with cobia being the best bet in around 90 feet of water. There are a few sailfish and dolphin out around 200 feet, and the cold front coming will only improve the sailfish bite. Snook fishing in the inlets has been mediocre, but the front should turn…