The river has been producing a good number of trout from County line road to Walton road, with a lot of big Snook hanging around the docks. It’s that time of year, good showing of live bait in the river from mullet to pilchards to small sardines inside the inlet. Its summer time, yes you may have to be on the water a little earlier, but there’s nothing like the first hour of top water action on the flats. A Rapala Skitterwalk in the black back or the ST color will produce explosive bites from Snook, trout, tarpon and redfish. Once the sun gets up, I recommend suspension baits like the Mirrodine or the Catch Jr in the mirrolure, or a DOA avocado red glitter jerk shad.
Look for some tarpon and big jacks to show up on the beach here soon……There’s nothing like South Florida fishing!
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