The big tarpon are cruising the beaches and there’s nothing like the thrill of fighting one of these magnificent fish. Just remember that it’s extremely important to handle these creatures with care; they are old and need to be revived after a long fight.
With shrimp being hard to come by this time of year, we have to look for different ways to fish. Sherry went with frozen shrimp and caught black drum, sheepshead, snapper, and redfish all in the Indian River Lagoon.
We’re still obsessing over the bite on the beach! Snook, tarpon, sharks, blues, mackerel whiting and croakers are all being caught right now in solid numbers. We are benefiting from clean water, beautiful days, and lots of bait around. Get outside and make some memories!
When it comes to surf fishing, this is the time of year that we all wait for… Oodles of bait fish are congregating in the surf along the beach and they’re following by a good variety of predatory gamefish that are hungry and ready to fill their bellies. Among these species are the highly coveted snook.
The Catalyst Surf & Fishing Camp is in full swing. It is officially beach snook fishing time, catch and release only. This kid caught this 42″ snook on 10# braid, it was epic! Get outside and make some memories.
The first Catalyst/Black Dog Surf/Fish camp is in the books with several more to come. We had kids that had never really fished before enjoy a banner day at the beach. They caught snook, whiting, pompano and sharks.