By: Paul MacInnis Every year a vast migration of mullet, both fingerlings and adults, travels down the east coast of Florida. This moving bounty of bait draws in a host of fishy predators and ushers in some of the most frenzied and exciting fishing of the year, especially for...
May is the month when baitfish swarm into the near-shore waters and you just never know what species may show up on the end of your fishing line.
April did bring the showers so if you were able to get out.
Another banner year for the elusive cobia!
Adam went two for four on redfish while soaking cut mullet chunks on a recent trip with Capt. Mark Wright.
As a Guide I am always looking for ways to improve my anglers catch ratio without turning it into “rocket science” while making it fun.
November is the time Anglers start looking for flounder in Sebastian Inlet and most start targeting the fish the weekend of Thanksgiving. Along with flounder, there are plenty of snook, redfish, mackerel and jacks in the Inlet and willing to feed. With the grass beds coming back from Melbourne...