Treasure Coast Marina Joins the Party!

By |2019-02-09T07:20:47+00:002.9.2019|1 Comment

Treasure Coast Marina is pleased to join the impressive list of contributors to Spacefish! We will provide the best information available for central and south Brevard County as shared with us from the expert anglers and guides who come to us with their stories. Many of these people are career anglers with decades of experience fishing the Indian River Lagoon, its tributaries and Sebastian Inlet.

This week we have finally got some offshore information and the news is good! Fish in close, inside the 90 ft bar, and the bite is good. Sailfish, Blackfin tuna, among others. Eighteen lane snapper and 9 trigger fish. Lots of grouper and snapper but those all out of season so released. Stay in close. If you cross the second bar, you ran over them!

Inshore is also cranking. Use big shrimp for trout and reds. Pinfish work best at the inlet during the tide change for snook. Go up Sebastian River if you want to try for tarpon. There are also pompano in the river. Use live or salted clams on pompano rigs for that. We are very impressed with NATIVE SALT CLAMS. We have just started our guys using them and they love the ease of using this well packaged, clean bait.

That’s it for this week! We’re glad to be here and will do our best to help you get on the fish!

About the Author:

Treasure Coast Marina is a full service facility in Grant, Florida, at Marker #35 on the ICW and just 4.5 miles north of Sebastian Inlet. By car it is conveniently situated on US Hwy #1, twelve miles south of Melbourne, located between the two county boat ramps of South Brevard County.

One Comment

  1. HooknCook February 11, 2019 at 9:08 am

    Thanks for the tips and welcome.

    Would of loved to read this last week when I was there.

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