The warm and relatively calm conditions have lead to some pretty good fishing in the Indian River, with pretty fair numbers of Redfish being caught along the shorelines. Gulp Shrimp, DOA CAL jigs, and flies such as the Shrimp Tease have accounted for most of the catches. Sea Trout have also been active along drop offs and shorelines with depth, falling for a variety of baits, including DOA Shrimp, Mirrolure Mirrodines, Yo-Zuri slow sinking twitchbaits, and even some topwater plugs like the Rapala Skitterwalk. Pompano fishing in the surf has been good during the calmer days, mostly on sand fleas, and Bluefish have been taking spoons fairly regularly.
Sebastian Inlet has produced pretty fair Flounder catches on live Finger Mullet, and Fort Pierce Inlet is still the place to be to try and boat a Tarpon at night using bait or plugs.