The inlets have been fishing well, with good Snook fishing ( season is closed ) on live bait and jigs, and the occasional large Redfish falling for the same.
Flounder fishing has been consistent, with live shrimp and finger mullet producing the best. Surf fishing has been a bit slow, and the east winds will surely make it tough for a few days, but hopefully some more Pompano will move into the area after the front. Inshore, Seatrout fishing continues to be good, falling for everything from soft plastics, flies, and live shrimp. Redfish have been scarce, but there have been some around, and Snook continue to be found in pretty good numbers along shorelines and docks. Water clarity worsened a bit after the rains last week, but sight fishing opportunities are still out there, but you may have to do more looking to find clear water.