Along the beaches in the Jensen area, snook and tarpon are being caught.
The whiting and croaker bite has remained consistent, but there has been lots of grass to contend with.
In the Indian River, they are catching sea trout and redfish up near Fort Pierce.
In the St. Lucie River, it’s all about snook. Anglers working the bridges and docks are doing well with live pilchards. At night, jigs are working as well as floating live crabs through the shadow lines.
At the Boynton Inlet, there are snook on the inside of the sandbar during the incoming tide and tarpon cruising over the sandbar when the water is clear.
The Intracoastal Waterway in Boynton has been teeming with life lately. On the flats by Beer Can Island, they are catching bonefish on jigs tipped with shrimp during the first few hours of the outgoing tide. Along the docks, there have been lots of small tarpon, snook, moonfish and a few jack crevalle. Fly fisherman using epoxy shrimp flies or epoxy minnow flies are having a blast.
The bass fishing has been a bit up and down the past few days. Live shiners are working well. For artificial, spinner baits, swim jigs, poppin frogs and Zoom Speed Worms, in either copper or white colors, have been working well early in the morning.
With the windy conditions the east side of the lake will be the best bet, but boaters should be careful with the low lake level.