II hope everyone had a chance to get out and fish the last couple of days because the bluefish,mackerel, and pompano certainly were there at alot of locations. I fished yesterday afternoon with friend Chuck Frith from Jensen Beach and although it wasnt the "run from rod to rod"bite it was steady enough to put a bunch of nice pompano in the cooler. I ran into friend and local angling expert, Capt Mike Conner at Blue Heron and Mike was starting to put a nice catch of pompano together as he usually does. Fellow worker and friend from the Snook Nook ,Burry McGee fished just south of me and landed his personal best pompano which probably tipped the scales at 3 pounds. Another local sharpie ,Ron Robinson , was also just south of me and he too had a nice catch. I went back this morning before heading to Bass Pro Shops and added another 15 pompano to my cooler in just a couple of hours . Salted clam strips were hot today,tipped with Clam Fishbites. The best stand alone Fishbite producer was guess what ?, Yellow Crab. Friends Joe Castronova and Mark Nygard each had a recrerational limit today also. There is some great fishing on the sand right now so hopefully it will pick up right where it ended today once the weather settles. This is Daylight Savings Time weekend and everyone needs to get tuned into the technique, time, bait, and location changes that the time change brings on to our pompano fishing. I (PAUL) will be going over all of these aspects Saturday at Bass Pro Shops in Port St Lucie at the last Pompano Seminar of the season at that location, Springtime Surf Fishing for Pompano. The program will kick off at 230 and this one usually draws a big crowd so come in early for a good seat. I will be at Bass Pro this weekend in the fishing department and at the Snook Nook on Thursday morning if anyone has any questions or advice you might want to ask before Saturday.