Wednesday, November 29, 2017

The fishing in the months of October and November were phenomenal in the Sebastian Inlet.k, and I was super busy with charters so it has been a while since my last post. As usual, the Fall snook fishing is incredible. It's been a couple weeks since the mullet have moved out and without all of the bait the resident snook and reds are hungry.

The bigger trout are starting to show up around some of the hot spots we fish in the Indian River Lagoon around Vero Beach and Fort Pierce. We are catching the big gators on live piggies and mullet. Lately, the bait of choice has been cut lady fish.

Also, in Vero Beach on the channel ledges, the black drum, grouper, and snapper bite has been good. These areas are good for quantity instead of trophies which are perfect spots to fish during rough days or for taking the kids fishing. This time of year there are big schools of fish moving through and plenty of action to keep the kids occupied. Make no mistake, black drum can get pretty big and put up a good fight. Also, sheep head and black drum make for excellent table fare.

This includes the fishing report for the month of October and November. I just want to thank everyone who booked a trip with me this year and allowed me to live my dream.