Tuesday, August 13, 2019

From Whites Tackle - Ft Pierce / Stuart

Fishing is a mixed bag these days, but plenty of action in the right places. The surf fishing is peaking right now, with bait pods popping up in lots of places, and the calm conditions making for some great opportunities. Everything from glass minnows ( Bay Anchovy ),Pilchards, greenies, and mullet have been seen along our beaches, and Tarpon, Snook, Spanish Mackerel, Jack Crevalle, and others are doing their best to thin their numbers. Hogy Swimbaits and DOA CALs are doing the most damage on conventional gear, while flies such as Clouser Minnows, Polar Fibre Minnows, and other baitfish patterns are equally effective. The Indian River is still fishing pretty well, with good numbers of Snook around, as ell as decent Redfish numbers. Seatrout are active early, but fade off once the temps rise. 

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