Monday, November 20, 2017

From Capt. Charlie @ Fishing Center - Ft Pierce

Beautiful fall weather along the Treasure Coast has been a welcome change from the heat of summer. Mild temperatures and sunny days make for fun fishing adventures. Water temperatures are in the mid to high seventies and the fish have been biting most days. The water in Fort Pierce has been clearing up gradually in spite of Taylor Creeks draining into the river. Enjoy the change of seasons and get out fishing soon!
Redfish have been around the inlet, docks and mangroves lately. The larger fish have been in the inlet. Snook fishing at night remains good for anglers. Trout have been hanging on grass flats north of Fort Pierce. Try the trusty DOA shrimp for best artificial results. Snapper and sheepshead are under docks north and south of Fort Pierce. Croakers have been in deeper water and are nice sized. Pompano are moving into the area and it should be a good season for the pompano fishermen. November should prove to be an awesome month to fish!

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