Fishing in the Indian River has held up well, with good numbers of Snook and Redfish showing on the shorelines as well as outflow areas following rain. Jigs, soft plastics, and flies such as the Clouser Minnow and EP Pilchard flies working the best. The surf temperature has ticked back up, providing a bit more activity from Snook, Spanish Mackerel, and Jack Crevalle, and more bait is around as well. Offshore, there’s lots of smaller Kingfish, and Snapper fishing has been pretty good, despite an abundance of current. Nearshore, there’s a fair number of Tarpon being caught on live bait.