Thursday, April 1, 2021

From Whites Tackle - Ft Pierce / Stuart / Vero Beach

We’ve got a few nice days before the winds pick up over the weekend, so get out if you can. Fishing along the surf has improved, with Bluefish being caught up and down the Treasure Coast, and Whiting active in the northern portion. Spoons, jigs, and topwater are all accounting for Bluefish catches, while sand fleas, shrimp, and Fish Bites have all been effective for the Whiting. There have been Spanish Mackerel and Pompano being caught on the beach near the power plant as well. In the Indian River, larger Snook continue to be caught, many by those working the flats, but also along some of the deeper shorelines. Fly anglers have had a good bit of success, as have those tossing soft plastics. There are also a reasonable number of Seatrout around as well, particularly around the drop offs of the spoil islands, taking soft plastics and live shrimp. Redfish numbers still seem low, but those putting time in poling shorelines are still getting a few, particularly in the Fort Pierce area. 

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