2-22-23

It looks like we have a stretch of nice calm, warm weather for a while, so fishing should get going with the stable weather. Snook fishing in the inlets has hit or miss, with live bait being a bit more consistent. On the beach, some scattered Pompano catches going on, and a few Bluefish still…

2-15-23

Snook fishing in the inlets continues to be productive, though the live baiters have had the upper hand of late. Still some Tarpon at the mouth of Fort Pierce Inlet as well on an outgoing tide. Sheepshead fishing in Fort Pierce has also been good of late, on shrimp or fiddler crabs. Inshore, big Snook…

2-8-23

Things are calming back down, and some activity has returned to the beaches and offshore. Dolphin and Sailfish have been caught to the south in the 150′ to 200′ range, and the surf is finally fishable, though Jack Crevalle have been the most likely catch. The Indian River has seen increased numbers of Redfish of…

2-1-23

Snook are back in season as of midnight, and with the warm, calm conditions, odds of catching a keeper in the Indian River are pretty good. Plenty of good fish have been seen on the flats and around docks, and the NLBN Mini Mullet has been a good answer in both settings. Seatrout numbers are…

1-25-23

Surf activity has been up and down with the conditions, calmer days have yielded good numbers of Pompano of late, as well as Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel. Sand fleas and Fish Bites are the best bet for the Pompano, while a spoon still works as well as anything for the rest. Nearshore, the Spanish Mackerel…

1-18-23

Fort Pierce Inlet has good numbers of Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel to be had, mostly on spoons and jigs, and decent numbers of Tarpon can be found in the evening on outgoing tide, mostly taking jigs and swimbaits. Fishing in the surf has been sporadic, with water being a bit dirtier due to the recent…

1-11-23

Pompano anglers continue to be rewarded with good catches up and down the beach with sand fleas, Fish Bites, and Fish Gum. Spanish Mackerel have been thick a few hundred yards from shore from Riomar south, with some occasionally coming in range from the beach. Bluefish and even some Snook have kept surf anglers happy…

1-4-23

Happy New Year! Pompano have finally shown up along the beaches, with good catches the last few days. Round Island has been particularly productive. Sand fleas are still a bit tough to come by, but easier than the past year. Clams, FishGum and Fish Bites have also been productive, as have goofy jigs. Good numbers…

12-28-22

The recent cold blast has cleared the water up in the IRL, and there are good numbers of Seatrout to be found on the flats, drop offs, and shorelines (season is still closed). Redfish numbers also seem to be up, while Snook are very lethargic. Fishing slow with soft plastics down in the water column…

12-21-22

We’ve got the first major front of the season heading our way in a few days, which will surely change things up a bit. The IRL is already starting to clean up in some areas, making sight fishing viable again. Some larger Snook have pushed inside to make things interesting, and Seatrout catches are still…