Thursday, February 21, 2019

From Whites Tackle - Ft Pierce / Stuart

Good morning! Fishing in the Indian River has remained very good, with plenty of Redfish around shorelines, as well as some healthy looking Seatrout. Gulp Shrimp, soft plastic jerk baits, and flies such as Kwans and Rattle Shrimp have done damage on both species. There are also plenty of Pompano around, mostly on the flats and spoil islands, and mostly falling for goofy jigs. Snook are starting to get active with the warmer temps we are getting, mostly around docks deeper shorelines. There has been a bit more activity in the surf, with Pompano fishing improving, mostly on sand fleas, and a fair number of Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel taking spoons and jigs.                                  
                                         photo courtesy of Gulfstream Lures               
Sebastian Inlet is yielding plenty of Snook and some big Redfish on flare jigs, while the Snook bite in Fort Pierce Inlet has been slow. There have been plenty of Bluefish and Spanish in Fort Pierce to take up the slack.

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