Wednesday, December 30, 2015

From Capt. Charlie @ Fishing Center - Ft Pierce

Talk about a mild winter so far...I can't remember a hotter year than 2015.  But is has been a fun year fishing anyway!
Fishing this past week has continued to be good for us.  Lots of species being caught with sheepshead and snapper the most prevalent bite on any given day.  We are still catching redfish around the mangroves and docks with a few snook in the mix.  
Black drum are moving into the river and that bite should only improve.  Croakers are scattered around the area with some nice sized ones being caught.  Jacks, ladyfish and blue runners are moving into the inlet with the incoming tides.  Some Spanish mackerel are being caught as well around the inlet.  Pompano are scattered and we have not found any quantities to speak of so far.  It's going to be a great January ahead!

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