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    IHB Fishing

    September 9, 2019

    The Grand Canal is holding gator trout, lots of mangrove snapper, black drum, redfish and tarpon. The river/lagoon remains on fire with pompano around both the Pineda and Eau Gallie Causeways. At Mather’s Bridge we are seeing a lot of mangrove snapper and big reds as well. In the surf, black drum and redfish were being caught along with a lot of snook. It’s time to go fishing!

      Sure & Inshore

      August 26, 2019

      The fishing has been great! The canals are holding a lot of snook, tarpon, redfish, trout, and of course, the mangrove snapper bite is still off the hook! In the lagoon, the pompano bite remains good around the bridges, I recommend using a pompano jig tipped with shrimp.

        In and around IHB

        August 19, 2019

        The Pompano bite is still going strong in the lagoon. In the canals around Indian Harbour and Satellite Beach, live shrimp have been producing lots of action, including small tarpon, snook, and redfish. Moving offshore, the mangroves and muttons are starting to bite out of Port Canaveral. On the beach, fishermen are catching small whiting and margate, and are also reporting a good number of Tarpon hookups.

          Lots of Pompano, Snook Action

          August 12, 2019

          Anglers are still seeing — and catching — a lot of pompano in the Indian River Lagoon. Pompano jigging around the Eau Gallie Causeway has been really productive. Not far from here, there has been some pretty good snook action around the docks, too. The area’s canals are also holding small tarpon, snook, redfish, sheepshead and mangrove snapper. On the beach, we’re still seeing plenty of margate and whiting; and the big tarpon and snook remain out there, too.

            Great Canal Fishing

            August 5, 2019

            The canals around Indian Harbour Beach are holding a lot of snook, juvenile tarpon, and some good trout — and of course, the mangrove snapper bite is just phenomenal right now. In the lagoon, the pompano are showing up big time and anglers are limiting out jigging for them on all the area’s bridges. Surf fishing is kind of slow still, and the weedy conditions remain a nuisance. Margate and whiting are producing a pretty steady bite nonetheless, and the big snook and tarpon are still out there feeding, too.

              Satellite/IHB

              July 31, 2019

              The canals and lagoon around Satellite Beach are holding good numbers of mangrove snapper, redfish and snook at the moment. We’re hearing reports of Tripletail again a bit south in the Indian River around the channel markers. For the beach, snook are still being caught in good numbers. As almost always, live croakers are the best baits for targeting these fish. A few redfish have showed up but the most common catches have been margate and whiting, provided you can fish through the slime. For the offshore bite, a few dolphin are being caught while bottom fishing. They are swimming up in to the chum line. Mangrove and mutton snapper are being caught North of Cape Canaveral, as well.

                Man Overboard Report

                July 8, 2019

                In the lagoon and canals around Satellite Beach we are seeing steady catches of snook, tarpon, trout and mangrove snapper. Live shrimp have been working well but they have been hard to come by which is not unusual for this time of year. Fishing the surf, margates, whiting and snook are the primary catches right now. Both margates and whiting are typically caught using a pompano rig with shrimp or clams. For targeting snook, you best bet is a live croaker or small whiting. Our kayakers are still catching some good kingfish, bonito and tarpon out beyond the waves. If you can find a school of bait try to catch some and fish it around the bait pod. Kingfish is the main offshore species being caught right now. There have been a few dolphin mixed in but not many.

                  Satellite/IHB Area

                  June 9, 2019

                  In Satellite/IHB, the bite has been really good around the Grand Canal and the Banana River. Anglers are still catching good-sized snook, juvenile tarpon, redfish, mangrove snapper, and sheepshead. For the beach, there has been a few Kingfish and Bonito landed, in addition to some big Whiting, Margate, and Bluefish in the surf. I’m also hearing lots of people are having success with dolphin offshore.

                    Not Yet Out of the Weeds

                    May 27, 2019

                    Between the Eau Gallie and Pineda causeways there are a lot of trout, mangrove snapper, black drum and some snook being caught in the lagoon. You can’t go wrong with live shrimp, and right now it’s at the top of the menu for all of these species. Down south, we’ve been pleasantly surprised to see so many pompano being caught in the lagoon around Sebastian Inlet. Anglers have been doing well on these pomps with Goofy jigs tipped with shrimp.

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