Friday, November 18, 2016

From Capt. Charlie @ Fishing Center - Ft Pierce

Hope you enjoyed another gorgeous week of fall weather again!  Mild temperatures and sunny skies make for awesome fishing days.  Expect similar conditions in the weeks to come.  I love this time of year.  Tides are still running higher than normal with the recent full moon, but that hasn't hurt the fishing.
         The sheepshead and croakers are very nice this year.  Look for them around channel edges and deep cuts around the area.  Our redfish was hanging under the mangroves as then often are.  Even with a lot of short hits on top water lures, the trout are out there on the flats.  Switch to the DOA Deadly Combo when the sun get higher in the sky.  I haven't skipped many pompano yet, but they are in the river now.  Snook fishing has been very good at night around the bridges and jetties.  Spanish mackerel should be showing up anytime around the inlet.  Fall is always a wonderful time of year to enjoy the fishing on the Treasure Coast.  I enjoy the variety of fish available.

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