6-15-22

Offshore fishing has been the hot ticket lately, with Dolphin fishing getting top billing. Yesterday saw a 62 lb. and a 54 lb. fish brought in, and good numbers of late have been caught in 80′ to 100′, as well as some being caught in as close as 50′ to 60′ of water. There’s a…

6-8-22

The recent rains have caused the Snook (season is closed) to turn on around the relief canals and culverts, with baby Tarpon joining in on some of the fun. Swimbaits and plugs are doing the most work, with some big fish caught from the relief canals of late. Offshore, scattered Dolphin have been in 120′…

6-1-22

With full on Summer upon us, we’re starting to get more Snook showing up on the beaches (season is now closed). Weed is still a bit of an issue, but bait is becoming more prevalent, with pilchards being most common. Paddle tail soft plastics, bucktail jigs, and flies have all been effective. Snook and Tarpon…

5-25-22

With the Memorial Day weekend coming up fast, it’s time to get your last licks in before Snook season closes. Along the surf, catches of Snook are on the rise, with more fish leaving the Indian River for the cooler waters of the inlets and beaches. Weed has been an issue, but those working the…

5-17-22

Summer has certainly arrived, with warm temperatures and some calmer conditions for a change. Offshore, there’s still some Sailfish activity to be had, and Dolphin have been active as well, with some of the best fishing out near 500′ of water. Snapper fishing at night has been productive in the 80′ range on live and…

5-11-22

Good morning everyone. The current windier conditions look to give way to calmer conditions for the weekend, hopefully giving more people an opportunity to take advantage of what’s been a good Kingfish bite. Scattered Sailfish have also been caught, as well as Dolphin. Fish have been caught as close as 75′ of water, and live…

5-4-22

Good morning everyone. We’ve got some calmer conditions for a while, and fishing in the Indian River has held up well. Our Fly Slam Tournament over the weekend yielded good fishing, with Capt. Tyler Treece and Carter Andrews taking top honors, catching the only slam of the tournament. Capt. Eric Davis and Charlie Johnson were…

4-27-22

Good morning everyone. The recent high winds have lightened a bit of late, allowing anglers to head offshore, and they’ve been rewarded with solid Kingfish catches. Most fish are in the 70′ to 80′ range, with live greenies working the best. The Indian River Lagoon has perked up a bit of late, with more Redfish…

4-20-22

Good morning everyone. The Indian River seems to be trending up, with the warmer water temps leading to Snook activity picking up, and lots of Mullet and Pilchards providing forage. Paddle tail soft plastics like the Keitech Easy Shiner and DOA CAL have been effective. Tarpon activity has also picked up, including in the Sebastian…

4-13-22

Good morning everyone. The breezy conditions we have look to give way to calmer conditions for the weekend, so hopefully the good fishing we’ve had of late will return. Bait has returned to the beaches, bringing with it plenty of Bluefish, some bigger Jack Crevalle, Spanish Mackerel, and increasing numbers of Snook. Spoons, jigs, and…