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…

8-30-23

Storm conditions will keep most off the water for a day or two, but the opening of Snook season Friday morning will certainly bring out plenty of anglers. Activity in the inlets has been very good, with lots of Snook being caught on jigs, Yo-Zuri Fingerling plugs, and soft plastics. Offshore provided very good Kingfish…

8-23-23

Offshore has been a bit rough, but for those anglers getting out the Kingfish bite in 70′ to 80′ of water has been very good, and the Dolphin have been active in the 80′ to 100′ range as well. Surf fishing has been pretty tough with the rougher conditions, but the inlets have had Tarpon…

8-16-23

Smaller pods of mullet have started moving down the beach intermittently, meaning the mullet run is likely only 2 or 3 weeks away. Some Snook, Spanish Mackerel, and even Tarpon have been attacking what has come thru. The inlets have had Tarpon in the evenings, along with some Snook on cleaner water. Sebastian has also…

8-9-23

With the heat index topping 100 every day lately, it’s wise to go early and finish early, avoiding the mid-day heat. Good fishing for Snook and Tarpon can be had during the first hour or so of light in the Indian River, both on bait and artificials. Redfish have also increased in numbers of late…

8-2-23

Snapper fishing in 70′ to 80′ of water continues to be a good bet, and Dolphin further out has also been good. Snook activity along the beaches has picked up a bit as well, particularly south. There has been some Tarpon activity nearshore, but few in reach from the beach. The inlets have produced some…