Thursday, April 20, 2017

From Capt. Charlie @ Fishing Center - Ft Pierce

The winds continue to blow in April along the Treasure Coast!  While we have been able to get out most days, it has been a challenge on where you might want to fish each day.  Fishing has been good for us in spite of the conditions that April traditionally blow at us.  Enjoy the fishing the rest of the month and plan your adventures carefully!
There are still some sheepshead and croakers around, but they are gradually moving out to the ocean.  The snook bite has been good around the inlet and bridges.  DOA Bait Busters or live bait have both worked well.  Redfish have been hanging under the mangroves.  DOA shrimp or live bait can help you find a slot red.  Our trout bite has been slow lately.  Try the DOA Deadly Combo when trying to locate trout on the grass flats.  Mackerel have been moving into the inlet with the tides.  There have been some nice size macks lately. 
Watch the weather and plan your fishing to make the winds work to your advantage.  Getting out early can let you have a couple hours to fish before the winds set in for the day. 

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