Monday, June 6, 2011

From Capt. Charlie @Fishing Center-Fort Pierce

 The trout should continue to be biting in the early mornings on the flats.  Getting out early can make your trip much more successful.  As the sun warms up the flats each day, you will find the trout moving into deeper water.  Fish the bait schools.   Lots of glass minnows are in the river and fishing the edges of the bait can be very productive.  Try a DOA shrimp fished very slowly and you should have good results.  Redfish don't mind the warmer water and you should be able to find them throughout the day. 
Fishing docks this month can be very productive for many species.  Snook, jacks, redfish and others will be hanging under the docks for an easy meal.  A DOA shrimp or TerrorEyz can find some nice sized fish under some of the docks.  It's a great time of year to fish the Indian River!

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