Monday, February 27, 2012

From: Native Tackle Supply - Sebastian

   Sheepshead  bite has been active around docks and structure. They are feeding on the bottom and biting live shrimp! Sea Trout have been active around spoil islands, around 3-4 feet of water. Live Shrimp, Gulp, and DOA are all working on landing the bigger trout! Redfish are being reported right along with Sea Trout. Use live shrimp, or pinfish for the big reds!!  Some Snook are found along the docks, and structures. Try using select shrimp or pinfish!

   In the early morning and late evening, sheepshead have been feeding on the bottom off shrimp, and slot-sized Snook are feeding on pinfish! Fishing high tide or low tide will better your chances in catching these fish! A variety of fish are being caught: Sea Trout, Black Drum, Redfish, Pompano, and Jacks off the North Jetty. The Bluefish are scattered, but will start to show in numbers once warmer weather comes!
**Shrimp are running at the inlet at night!

 Pompano are remaining steady off the beach using the famous doc's goofy jigs. The color of the week is yellow!! Cobia and whiting are also being reported off the beach. The cobia have been in a little father out, but whiting are reachable from the shoreline. Use live shrimp for whiting!

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