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    Good Options Inshore and Off

    May 13, 2019

    In the lagoon around Indian Harbour and Satellite Beach, we are catching some nice reds and snook. Further up north towards the Pineda Causeway, we are still seeing decent-sized black drum and big mangrove snapper. In the canals, there’s a lot of juvenile tarpon being caught along with trout and sheepshead. In the surf, anglers are primarily catching margate and whiting, but there’s still been a few pompano hanging around. If you’re heading to the beach, expect the weeds to provide a challenge.

      Pineda, Grand Canals & Surf

      May 6, 2019

      Around Pineda Causeway we are catching some really nice mangrove snapper up to 16″ along with some decent-sized black drum. In and around the Grand Canal in Satellite Beach there are still decent numbers of gator trout being caught along with some juvenile tarpon in the mix. If you’re looking for snook, these fish have been holding around docks in good numbers and are reportedly eager to chew. In the surf, whiting and margate have been the primary catches, but you better scope out the beach before unpacking the surf cart. There’s been lots of scattered weeds offshore, and with east winds projected throughout the week, we’re likely due to see a lot of that churned up in the surf.

        More Sand Fleas

        April 22, 2019

        In the surf around Satellite Beach, there have been good catches of whiting, margates, sheepshead and a few pompano mixed in. As usual, you can’t go wrong with sand fleas. In the canals, the trout bite remains strong. We are seeing lots of mangrove snapper around Mathers Bridge and folks are also catching some nice sheepshead in the greater lagoon area. Believe it or not, but sand fleas aren’t just baits for the beach — with fiddler crabs being hard to come by, many anglers have been finding success with sheepshead by using sand fleas instead.

          Thirty Inch Club

          April 15, 2019

          This week has been much of the same in the fisheries around Satellite Beach. The trout bite has remained solid around Mathers Bridge and Dragon Point. We are seeing some real quality fish, too, like the one featured above, caught by Tom who was fishing with his neighbor Dan. It was a new boat record and officially put these guys is the “30 Inch Club.” These fellas have been on the fish! There are decent numbers of mangrove snapper and a few redfish mixed in around here, too. Most of these fish have been caught using artificial lures, but a well-placed live shrimp is hard for these fish to resist as well.


            April 8, 2019

            The canals around Satellite Beach are holding solid numbers of trout. There are some real quality fish mixed in too. We are also experiencing some redfish and mangrove snapper being caught in good numbers as well. Along the beach, pompano have been hit or miss but there have been some nice whiting and sheepshead caught from the surf. The cobia bite remained strong this weekend nearshore and should probably continue this week.

              Fishing Around Satellite Beach

              April 1, 2019

              In the lagoon and local canals around Satellite Beach, the seatrout bite has been pretty good; with Spring setting in, it’s poised to get even better. There are some decent size black drum and sheepshead being caught in the area, as well. On the nearby beaches, surf fishing hasn’t been great, but the beach is definitely fish-able. We’re catching mostly margates and whiting, but there’s still an occasional pompano and bluefish in the mix. If it’s pompano you’re looking for, you will probably have better luck jigging for them in the lagoon. If not evident already from the other reports, the talk of the town is the nearshore cobia bite. There’s reportedly a load of rays gliding through the waters just off the beach. If you find them, you’ll likely get into some cobia, too.

                Fishing’s Been Pretty Good

                March 4, 2019

                It looks like the fishing last week was really good. In the Banana River around Mathers Bridge area they are catching a lot of redfish and Sheepshead. On the beach, fishermen are scoring big on Pompano — there are quite a few shorts in the mix, but spending some time will give you have a great chance to out. Offshore out of Port Canaveral, there are still a lot of tripletail being caught along with Pompano and a few scattered Reds. While the dolphin were hot last week in about 250 ft of water, the sailfish were abundant in 175 foot of water. On the bottom, everything out to about a hundred foot was cold and green, and a lot of are sharks being caught.

                  Tripletail Offshore AND In

                  February 11, 2019

                  Fishing is looking really good this week! The Pompano bite is off the hook on the beaches. Clams and live sand fleas are getting the job done well. In the Ranana/Indian River canals, mangrove snapper, black drum, sheepshead, and smaller-sizes reds are all being caught in good numbers. We’re also hearing several reports of tripletail being caught in the lagoon down by Grant around the crab buoys. The tripletail are also holding offshore around the first weed line a couple of miles out. Rays and cobia are out there, too.

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