Lots of buzz concerning Central Florida and South Florida shrimping. It’s my prediction this will be a late start season but it will arrive. Oak Hill and Edgewater catching dozens, if that. Hundreds of mature catfish school the lights and shut down the anglers visibility. This is 3rd year warm water shrimping keeps fish and bait active. They are attracted to light. It’s ok to eat the shrimp in Brevard County despite the sewage spills months ago. Railroad bridge been paying out dozens to 1 gallon of 5 to 7 inch shrimp when conditions are ideal. South Florida and Keys are also not as strong as last season. Titusville pier is open. Get out there when a spinning low arrives out front of a cold front. When winds are S or W, and blowing 5 mph and up, get your nets wet. If you pull a shrimp that looks bizarre, it most likely a mutant or pure breed Asian Tiger shrimp. It could have orange racing stripe, yellow or black colors or any combo of colors. Report it to me, freeze it intact so it can be DNA tested. As the season picks up. I will give you the Intel right here on SF.