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    Good Fishing Continues

    November 11, 2019

    Not a lot has changed in fishing, with the bite remaining very similar to last week. At Port Canaveral, they are still getting some nice tripletail and cobia. When the wind backs off enough to target the surf, anglers are catching black drum, redfish, margate and whiting. The pompano are starting to show up, too. We heard of some decent catches south in Melbourne Beach. Meanwhile, the river and canals around Satellite and Indian Harbour Beach are holding a lot of mangrove snapper, black drum and some really nice speckled trout.

      IHB/Satellite Inshore & Surf

      October 14, 2019

      Fishing the canals around Satellite Beach we have received good reports. Black drum, snook, mangrove snapper, nice trout, tarpon and the sheepshead have all been abundant. The river/lagoon is still holding some pompano at the bridges and we’re hearing that the black drum bite is going off at the Indian River side of the Pineda Causeway. On the opposite side, in the Banana River, some nice reds are holding just north of the Pineda. In the surf, the conditions have been far from ideal, but we’re still seeing some nice catches of slot redfish and even some snook hookups.

        IH/Satellite Beach

        September 30, 2019

        In the lagoon, the fishing has been great around the Pineda Causeway. Anglers are catching black drum, redfish, mangrove snapper and sheepshead. These same fish are also being caught a little further south at Mathers Bridge where people are hooking into a lot of big, bruiser reds and plenty of keeper mangroves. Meanwhile, the area’s canals are holding good numbers of small tarpon, snook, and trout. Over on the beach, surf anglers are pulling in margates and drum, and even a few pompano have been showing up. Heading offshore, we’re hearing that there’s been a lot of small dolphin out at 250 feet — at least, during the times when it’s been fish-able.

          Big Reds on Mathers Bridge

          September 23, 2019

          We are seeing some Big Red’s being caught at Mather’s Bridge. If you soak a large piece of cut bait or a live pinfish or croaker, chances are you are in for quite a fight. Beef up your tackle because you want to land these big breeder’s quickly and not tire them out as much with a long drawn out fight.

            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.

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