Fishing up and down the Indian River has been solid, with cleaner water abounding after the cooler weather we’ve had. Pompano have been around the inlets in good numbers in Ft. Pierce and Stuart, mostly taking goofy jigs along the flats.
Seatrout continue to be active as well, mostly caught on soft plastics and shrimp, with some larger ones being caught of late. Snook in the IRL have been a bit lethargic of late, but some warmer temps should lead to some good opportunities as there has been some nice fish around. Snook fishing in the inlets with flare jigs and live bait has been good ( Season re opens Saturday AM ), and some Tarpon have been around at night on the outgoing as well. Surf fishing is calming a bit as well, and the cooler temps will only help the Pompano fishing.
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