Monday, February 21, 2011

From Capt. Charlie @Fishing Center-Fort Pierce

Warm spring weather has made for enjoyable outings all around the Treasure Coast.  While the air was warm, the water temperatures continue to struggle towards warmer conditions.  The bite slowed somewhat later in the week, but you could still catch sheephead around the docks.  Our redfish bite slowed a little, but we were still able to catch a few in spite of cold water.
Trout should begin to bite very soon.  We are just waiting on the temps to rise a few more degrees and the river should become alive with fish.  CAL jerk baits always work well when trout fishing.  Most of the action has been around bridges and docks with sheephead, bluefish and a good variety of others.  Our redfish has been mostly around the dropoffs of some of  the flats.  Live baits and CAL jerk baits have worked best.  It's still a transition period on the river and as temperatures continue to improve, so will the bite.  Spring is almost here!

Remember, fishing is not just another's an ADVENTURE!

Thanks and Good Fishing!
Captain Charlie Conner

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