8-21-19

Good morning! There’s been a big influx of freshwater runoff into the river, changing the pattern a bit. Tannic stained water has put a damper on sight fishing, and put the emphasis on fishing outflows and culverts, as well as mangrove shorelines for Snook and baby Tarpon. Smaller lures and flies have been the most…

8-14-19

Good morning everyone! Fishing along the beaches has been red hot, with everything from Snook and Tarpon to Jack Crevalle and Ladyfish, as well as Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish. The bait can range from glass minnows, Pilchards, greenies, to mullet, so be prepared for all. Plenty of fish being caught on Hogys, DOA Bait Busters,…

8-7-19

Hello everyone! Fishing is a mixed bag these days, but plenty of action in the right places. The surf fishing is peaking right now, with bait pods popping up in lots of places, and the calm conditions making for some great opportunities. Everything from glass minnows ( Bay Anchovy ),Pilchards, greenies, and mullet have been…

7-31-19

Fishing in the Indian River has been pretty solid, with trout being caught both on the flats early, and along drop offs once the temps rise. Redfish continue to be active along the shorelines, with plenty being caught on flies and soft plastics such as DOA CAL jigs and Gulp Shrimp. Snook are also around…

7-24-19

Fishing in the Indian River continues to provide plenty of activity, with plenty of juvenile Snook populating docks, shorelines, and outflows, taking soft plastics, plugs, and flies regularly. Larger Snook are a bit harder to come by these days, but there are still good numbers of Redfish and baby Tarpon around to work with. The…

7-17-19

Fishing in the Indian River has held up well, with good numbers of Snook and Redfish showing on the shorelines as well as outflow areas following rain. Jigs, soft plastics, and flies such as the Clouser Minnow and EP Pilchard flies working the best. The surf temperature has ticked back up, providing a bit more…

7-10-19

With the recent rains the Indian River is starting to dirty up a bit, so sight fishing is becoming a bit trickier, but still productive in areas of cleaner water. There’s still plenty of Redfish and Snook around shorelines, and soft plastics are doing the most work, along with flies such as sliders and Clouser…