11-8-23

Calmer conditions have finally arrived, and fishing has perked up as a result. Offshore anglers have finally been able to get out, with scattered Dolphin and some good Sailfish activity to the north being the reward. Surf anglers have see the return of some mullet and pilchards along the shore, with north of Sebastian Inlet…

11-1-23

Tough wind and surf conditions have limited offshore and surf anglers, but inshore fishing continues to hold up well. Seatrout catches continue to improve throughout the IRL, with spoil islands continuing to yield good catches on soft plastics and live bait. Snook are also still active along shorelines and docks, with mullet schools diminishing. There…

10-25-23

With rough conditions taking over for the next week or so, inshore activities are your best bet. There are still mullet around inside, with Snook, Seatrout, baby Tarpon, Jack Crevalle, and some Redfish all getting in on the activity. Look for mullet schools in coves or canals and you’re sure to find action, with NLBN…

10-18-23

Cooler temps have brought Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish to the area, joined by lots of Jack Crevalle and some Pompano. Spoons, jigs, and even topwater plugs have all bee effective on the Spanish and Bluefish, Fish Gum, clams and sand fleas have been working for the Pompano. Inshore, catches of Seatrout continue to be numerous…

10-11-23

There’s been a touch of cooler air in the mornings, a signal that Fall is coming. There’s still plenty of mullet inside, and Seatrout catches have been solid. Fish the spoil islands with paddle tail soft plastics, twitch baits, or even topwater plugs early for success. Redfish have also been more frequent along the shorelines,…

10-4-23

While rougher conditions have made fishing the surf difficult, mullet have been on the move, with activity at times on the beach and especially around the inlets. Hopefully as things calm down for the weekend it will get rolling in the surf. Snook, Jack Crevalle, and Tarpon have all been active around the mullet. Live…

9-27-23

Mullet have started moving along the beaches more steadily, with Snook, Jack Crevalle, Spanish Mackerel, and Tarpon all getting in on the action. Spoons. NLBN Mullet, DOA Bait Busters, and plugs have all been productive. The inlets have been fishing well for Snook at night on live bait, with Sebastian also producing plenty of Redfish.…

9-20-23

Offshore anglers have been able to get out the last few days, and have been rewarded with scattered Sailfish activity and some Dolphin in the 120′ range, and a good Kingfish bite in the 70′ to 80′ range. Sebastian Inlet has been producing good catches of Snook and Redfish on live mullet and jigs at…

9-14-23

The swell coming off of Lee is going to make offshore and the surf fairly tough for a few days, but hopefully we will get a reprieve soon. Offshore activity has been good, with Dolphin and scattered Sailfish being the best bets in the 120′ range. In the surf, the mullet run has been active…

9-7-23

It looks like calmer weather thru the weekend, good news for everyone. Mullet have started to migrate down the beaches, and Snook, Spanish Mackerel, and Tarpon have been there to greet them. NLBN ‘Lil Mullet and Mini Mullet have worked well, as have DOA Bait Busters. Offshore has been too rough for most, but hopefully…