By Brian Nelli Contributing Writer
INSHORE: The mullet November will bring on the cooler weather and give the fish some relief from the heat. Snook, bluefish, and Spanish mackerel should be on your radar. Kayak fishing the inlets, docks, and seawalls will produce most of the inshore species. Live mullet is your best bet along with hair jigs and D.O.A. Jerk Baits. The bluefish and Spanish mackerel will start to show on the beaches and push into the inlets. Any shiny and quickly retrieved presentation should entice a bite from these toothy fish.
OFFSHORE: Northeast winds will start to push through this month making beach launches a little more difficult. Pick your days wisely and be prepared to get wet on launch and re-entry. Fish will start to move into shallow waters as the cold fronts push through. Look to target mahi, kings, and sails in the 80’-120’ area, trolling live goggle eyes and blue runners. Bottom fishing during this time of year is my favorite. Muttons and yellowtails will be lurking in the 60’-100’ reef patches. Frozen sardines, live mullet, and frozen gogs on long leaders in the 40lb. class will work best.
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