Fort Pierce Mahi Time!

FISHING BRAG BOARD: Keegan enjoying some mahi-time fishing with his Uncle John out of the Fort Pierce Inlet.Oct 28th, 2020

Tupat’s Fishing Adventures

Tupat’s fishing adventures around the state of FloridaOct 28th, 2020

From the Shore: Nov. 2020

Beach fishing can be very good as these cooler temperatures approach. We will have migratory fish starting to show up as these cool fronts push down the coast.  Beach fishing for pompano, bluefish, mackerel and the other species will be some of the fish that are coming down the coast. Oct 27th, 2020

Alabama Editon

  • Capt. James reports, “Fishing is heating up with the warmer temps. Rough seas conditions have limited the offshore trips but the sheepshead are showing up around structure & when the seas cooperate the whiting & pompano are picking up.”

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Sebastian Offshore: Nov. 2020

Bottom fishing will really perk up out on the reefs as the cold fronts push down. Trolling in November will be on the upswing too. Dolphin, wahoo, blackfin tuna and sailfish will be taken by those who get out and drag baits where the water clears up. Oct 27th, 2020

Lake Okeechobee: Nov. 2020

November is prime time for great shiner fishing; no other bait draws the interest and the eye of a big bass like a live wild golden shiner. Oct 27th, 2020

Kayak Forecast: Nov. 2020

Look to target mahi, kings and sails in the 80-to-120 feet area trolling a live bait or Yo-Zuri plug to pick up a few fish...Oct 27th, 2020

Scuba Conditions: November 2020

As fall progresses and temperatures drop offshore, large fish should return to area waters. Spearfishermen will notice the return of large gag and black grouper to area reefs and wrecks when water temperature hits the mid to low 70sOct 27th, 2020

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For me personally, November marks the change from our fall to winter fishery.Oct 27th, 2020

FWC UPDATE: Fish Art Contest | Help Needed, Bobcats, River Otters and Gray Fox Sightings

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), in partnership with Wildlife Forever, is eager to announce they will host the Florida State-Fish Art Contest. Oct 27th, 2020

Indian Riverkeeper Update

IRK Executive Director Mike Conner joined Capt. Alex Gorichky in late-September to get a glimpse of the chronic algal bloom in the Port Canaveral region.Oct 27th, 2020

The Quickie to Launch the 2020/2021 Treasure Coast Sailfish Tournament Season

Fish Heads of Stuart proudly announced in mid-October that “The Quickie” will launch the Treasure Coast’s 2020/2021 sailfish tournament season. The fifth annual Quickie dates are Nov. 30 – Dec 2. Center stage for the tournament will be Sailfish Marina, home of Fish Heads of Stuart. Oct 27th, 2020