South Indian River Fishing Report and Forecast: May 2017

Redfish will be our main target throughout May. The past several years have bought us schools of slot sized redfish along the Indian River. Most of the fish we have caught have been in the 18- to 30-inch range.April 27, 2017

South Indian River Fishing Report and Forecast: April 2017

Throughout March, there was a lot of redfish activity and it should make April a fantastic month. Redfish can be found on sandy flats around the docks, or try the Moorings and Bear Point for a chance at a nice size redMarch 31, 2017

South Indian River Fishing Report and Forecast: March 2017

As the sun warms up the water again, look for fish to travel into the shallows to feed. Trout will continue to be most prevalent in the deeper grass flats in two to four feet of water. Those anglers using live shrimp on popping corks, Deadly Combos, C.A.L. jerk baits and top water will have the best chance at hooking up with a trout.February 27, 2017

South Indian River Fishing Report and Forecast: February 2017

The trout bite picks up very nicely in February. 2016 proved to be the year of big trout in the Fort Pierce area. I anticipate that 2017 will be another big fish year around the area. C.A.L. jerk baits and Deadly Combos are exciting ways to trout fish with artificial lures, while live shrimp on popping corks are the ol’ standard way to trout fish out on the river.January 30, 2017
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South Indian River Fishing Report and Forecast: January 2017

Happy New Year!  In past years, January has traditionally been a cold month on the Treasure Coast. Hopefully, 2017 will show … December 29, 2016

South Indian River Fishing Report and Forecast: December 2016

Redfish can be found around local docks during the winter months and a live shrimp or D.O.A. Shrimp can entice them into striking. Don't forget about the deeper cuts along the mangroves for redfish and snook in December. Using stealth is essential when fishing the shallow waters for redfish.November 30, 2016
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