This week in Space Coast Kayak Fishing
Well the cool weather has finally paid us a visit. The flats are starting to finally fall into that winter pattern. Though the remainder of this week will see a warming trend! Winds will shift east and are predicted to blow hard on Saturday. This will give shorelines that are protected a chance to get even warmer. These fish will be happy to feed for you and should eat artificial well. The moon is full in the beginning of this week and that should account for some good night action. The shrimp have yet to run, but all area bridges are holding fish in wait. Look to use shrimp imitations and catch a mess of trout. Always be ready for that oversized redfish as they frequent these bridges. Some sold schools of Black Drum are popping up around the Banana River so have something with some smell to put at um. The Indian River flats north and south are producing some nice trout in skinny water. If a deep hole is near the odds are much better for finding a real Gator Trout.
Port Canaveral/Near-Shore Atlantic:
Plenty of Spanish mackerel and bluefish will be moving around from Cocoa Beach north to the Canaveral Bight. They will be thickest around the prevalent bait pods. The water cooled a bit so our little cobia run seems to have dwindled down. As with any full moon period tripletail should be available on our buoy line. Several good reports of flounder have come from Port Canaveral so catch them before they head out to spawn. Seas are expected to increase steadily over the next few days so be safe. That could also push some pompano into PC and Sebastian. Small “goofy” jigs are a great way to target these feisty fish.
The Hot Colors of the week:
Gold Finger, Molting, Venice Glow
Forecast by: Capt. Alex Gorichky | Contact Local Lines @ 321.480.3255
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