Capt. Jim Ross

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Capt. Jim is a professional saltwater fishing guide based out of Rockledge, Florida.

    Increased Trout Activity

    October 15, 2018

    Inshore we have noticed an increase in the trout activity around the docks on both sides of the Indian River. Using top water baits in the morning and swapping over to twitch baits as well as subsurface lures as the sun starts to come up, seems to be the best way to get a positive response from these fish.

      Mullet Run A Little Spotty

      September 24, 2018

      Redfish have been running the beeches and inlets. Port Canaveral and Sebastian Inlet are both producing decent numbers this week. The mullet run has been a little spotty but when you find good pods of these baitfish, the reds are not far behind. Snook, crevalle jack and tarpon are other species you will probably encounter while fishing near the pods of mullet.

        Dirty Water, Spawning Redfish

        September 18, 2018

        The recent hurricane we had off our coast has made the water very dirty which is causing our sharks, tarpon and king mackerel to spread out and not be in any one focal point. We recommend getting live baits where you can and trolling them around the bait in the dirty water. A recommended technique is putting some weight on your line to get your bait lower in the water column.

          Drop Offs and Docks

          September 10, 2018

          The ladyfish and trout have been active around the drop offs and docks in the rivers around east Central Florida in the morning before it gets hot. Using a topwater plug in low light conditions and switching over to some sort of soft plastic is our preferred way of fishing those species.

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