Thursday, October 15, 2020

From Whites Tackle - Ft Pierce / Stuart / Vero Beach


With the wind shifting to the north, things are a bit cooler in the mornings, and species along the beach are shifting. More Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel are showing up, along with a few more Pompano showing up here and there. Spoons and jigs are accounting for most of the Bluefish and Spanish, and sand fleas and Fish Bites doing most of the damage on Pompano. Mullet have been scarce in the surf, but Pilchards have been more prevalent. Snook fishing in the inlets has been decent, mostly at night, along with some tarpon as well. Flare jigs and live bait have been your best bet. Inside the Indian River has been productive for Snook along docks and deeper shorelines, and Redfish are showing up in the shallows more and more, and the trout bite has been pretty good along the drop offs on soft plastics particularly from Round Island south.

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