Monday, October 3, 2011

From Capt. Charlie @Fishing Center-Fort Pierce

Another week of wonderful weather and great fishing action out on the Indian River!  We should enjoy the same conditions the rest of the month!  The river is full of mullet and the fish have been feeding heavily.  Have fun and get out fishing soon!
The trout bite has picked up this week.  Most fish are in three to five feet of water and hitting on CAL jerk baits, DOA shrimp or live bait.  Redfish schools are still cruising around the river in one to three feet of water.  DOA shrimp, CAL grub tails or live bait has all worked in hooking up on some nice fish.  The snook bite continues to be good at night around the jetties, docks and bridges of the area.  Live bait, feather jigs, DOA Bait Buster or trolling a diving plug has all worked good for nighttime snook.
We are catching more flounder this past week.  It should continue to improve through this fall.  Live bait, CAL jerk baits or DOA shrimp has all worked well.  You can still find snapper and sheephead around the docks, bridges and channel edges this week.  Live or dead shrimp are best.  There has been some good tarpon, snook and jack action at night around the jetties as the schools of finger mullet move in with the tide.  The turning basin and inlet has been flooded with blue runners, bluefish and jacks that are 

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