With the weather of the last few days being fairly awful, there hasn’t been a lot of people fishing, but there have been a few bright spots for those willing to brave it. Snook fishing in the inlets has been good, but mostly on live bait, and Kingfish have been prolific to the south. In the Indian River, there have been quite a few Redfish around still, even with sight fishing conditions being less than optimal. Blind casting shorelines with DOA CALs and jigs have paid off the best. Seatrout are also being caught in good numbers, and the cooler weather should only help that.
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