Friday, January 7, 2022

From Whites Tackle - Ft Pierce -Vero Beach/ Stuart / Jupiter

Fishing the Indian River will hopefully get a boost from the slightly cooler temps this week, and hopefully clear a bit more. Sea trout catches have improved along the spoil islands, mostly in the AM, on soft plastics and live shrimp. Redfish numbers seem sporadic, with anglers finding opportunities where there’s cleaner water closer to the inlets. Snook numbers have been good along the mangroves, along with some larger fish on the flats, particularly closer to the inlets. Surf fishing for Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel has been steady on spoons and jigs, with plenty of Jack Crevalle as well. Pompano fishing has been so-so, but hopefully the cooler temps will push more fish into the area. Not many sand fleas around, so most have relied on clams and Fish Bites. There’s been Tarpon in the inlets at night, along with Bluefish and Spanish. Hogy paddle tails have worked best on the Tarpon, and spoons and jigs on the Bluefish and Spanish. 

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