The cooler weather and less rain has helped the Indian River clean up a bit, so hopefully that will lead to more sight fishing opportunities as we go forward. Redfish continue to be caught on soft plastics and live shrimp, particularly in the Round Island area. Seatrout are also being caught along spoil islands and shorelines on soft plastics, twitch baits, and live shrimp. There have been good numbers of Snook around, but these cooler temps might make them a bit less active for a few days. The surf has produced some good catches of Pompano here and there on sand fleas and clams, but it’s been hit and miss, while Whiting have been more consistent. Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel have also been falling for spoons and jigs. Snook fishing the bridges and inlets has been a bit slow, likely due to the recent full moon, so it should pick up as we get further into the week.