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    Lagoon & Surf

    July 28, 2020

    The canals around Satellite Beach are holding a lot of tarpon, still a few snook, some nice Gator trout, black drum and small redfish. In the lagoon, despite the rain, anglers are still bringing in black drum and red drum around Mathers Bridge and in the Banana River. The surf is pretty chopped up right now with a lot of weeds and rough conditions, but anglers are still catching snook, whiting and the occasional pompano.

      Kings Patrolling the Troughs

      June 29, 2020

      In the canals and the river around Satellite Beach we are seeing some really nice tarpon and snook. There has also been a lot of red drum and black drum being caught and of course more catfish than you care to count. We have also seen quite a few stingrays being caught as well. However, the talk of the town is the mangrove snapper bite around the bridges. It is absolutely phenomenal and anglers are catching a lot of keepers using live shrimp and light line for leader.

        Offshore, Inshore & In-between

        June 22, 2020

        Anglers that have been fishing the lagoon around the Pineda Causeway area are catching a lot of mangrove snapper and sheepshead, with a good number of redfish also still on the flats. The canals around Satellite Beach are holding tarpon along with snook, mangrove snapper and black drum. Meanwhile, in the surf, beach goers are catching whiting, margate, and the occasional bluefish thrown in the mix.

          Inshore, Beach, and Offshore

          May 25, 2020

          In the lagoon, north of Pineda, anglers are catching a lot of redfish and tarpon. The canals around Satellite are holding nice sheepshead, mangrove snapper and black drum, as well. The beach anglers when fishing are catching some nice snook, margate, whiting and still a few pompano. We’ve even seen a permit or two mixed in a little further south around Melbourne Beach.
          In the lagoon, north of Pineda, anglers are catching a lot of redfish and tarpon. The canals around Satellite are holding nice sheepshead, mangrove snapper and black drum, as well. The beach anglers when fishing are catching some nice snook, margate, whiting and still a few pompano. We’ve even seen a permit or two mixed in a little further south around Melbourne Beach.

            Canals, Lagoon, & Surf

            May 18, 2020

            In the canals and river around Satellite and Indian Harbour Beach, anglers are doing well fishing for trout, redfish, sheepshead and mangrove snapper. When conditions have allowed on the beach, the surf fishermen are getting bluefish and big numbers of whiting; the snook have also started to show up for their annual summer spawn. Meanwhile, pompano have slowed a little bit, but the residential fish are out there, and anglers are still putting them in the cooler.

              Snook Showing Up on the Beach

              May 11, 2020

              The canals around Satellite Beach are holding everything including trout, snook, redfish, sheepshead and tarpon. It’s just a really nice variety of fish biting right now. The snook showed up in the surf, too, which is awesome! Meanwhile, we are seeing a lot of whiting and a few pompano being caught, as well. The offshore bite is a hit or a miss on the dolphin but the bottom bite is still decent with mangroves and triggerfish.

                Lagoon, Surf & Offshore

                April 20, 2020

                In the canals around Satellite Beach, anglers are getting into some really nice trout, snook, mangrove snapper, tarpon, sheepshead and redfish. In the lagoon around the Pineda and Eau Gallie causeways, the Spanish Mackerel bite is popping off the hook and there are still a few pompano in the mix, too.

                  Reporting from Satellite/IHB

                  March 23, 2020

                  The bite in the lagoon is off the hook! Anglers are catching nice redfish, black drum, some really nice mangrove snapper, and pompano, too. For the surf anglers, if you can find beach access, we’re still hearing consistent reports of pompano, whiting and black drum being caught in the surf. For the offshore bite, trollers are starting to encounter dolphin and blackfin tuna. Meanwhile, the bottom is holding nice sea bass, mangrove snapper and mutton snapper.

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