Tarpon Fishing


Battling a tarpon is an experience of a life time for the serious angler! The Tarpon can reach over 7 feet long and weigh over 200 pounds. Tarpon have been given the nickname, "The Silver King" by anglers because of the way sunlight would shimmer off of their silvery scales as they jump into the air. Inside the swim bladder of tarpon are spongy patches of respiratory tissue, much like in human lungs. In other fish, the swim bladder is normally used for buoyancy control, but tarpon are one of the only fish that use it to breath in low-oxygen...

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Trout


If you are seeking a possible world record fish, Fort Pierce Fl is home of the spotted seatrout. The Fort Pierce area holds multiple records on seatrout including the world record! This fish, caught in 1995, weighed 17 lb 7 oz. The spotted seatrout feed on a number of different baits including artificial or live bait. When fishing with live bait, using shrimp under a popping cork or free-lining with live mullet is always a great choice. When fishing for seatrout using lighter tackle is important, especially when pitching live shrimp or...

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Snook


If you are looking for a battle with a punch, snook fishing is at the top of the list. Anglers from all over the country specifically target these fish because of their aggressive fighting ability. Snook are known for their hard-hitting action. There is nothing subtle about a snook striking your bait. Not only are big snook one of the hardest pulling fish, but they are also acrobatic. They are creatures of habit schooling up near structures like mangroves, docks, inlets, and near pilings under bridges. The Sebastian Inlet is one of the...

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Red Drum / Redfish


The time of year and temperature of the water make a difference on where to find Redfish. Around late summer into fall, large Redfish are spawning near estuary inlets and passes. The Sebastian Inlet is a great destination for these schooling fish. When fishing The Sebastian Inlet it`s important to fish on the right tide, and with the correct bait and tackle. In the winter months you can find redfish schooling on the flats all through the Central East Coast of Florida! These flats are located in three bodies of water; the Mosquito...

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