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    Weedy Wednesday

    November 25, 2020

    Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Conditions did not look great. The water was dirty and the weeds were very troublesome. The water temperature seemed just slightly cooler than a few days ago. I had sand fleas that […]

      Wednesday Whiting

      October 28, 2020

      After about 10 days of big tides, big waves, big wind, and weeds, things settled down nicely at the beginning of the week. I was unable to fish on Tuesday but found time to gather some fleas in the afternoon and conditions looked promising. I hit the sand as the sun was just starting to show itself on this partly cloudy morning. 8-10 mph winds out of the ESE made a pleasant morning with temperature in the high 70’s. I set my rod holders in the wash as I would be fishing a falling tide.

        Columbus Day – Discovered Fish

        October 12, 2020

        I was in no hurry this morning as the water was yesterday, while weed-free, very dirty. To my surprise, I was met with calm seas and clean water. The tide was about half way out on this pleasant overcast morning with light winds out of the west and a pleasant 75 degrees. I set up 3 rods. 3oz pyramids today was all I needed to hold bottom, and with the west wind I could toss them in the trough or launch them out well over 100 yards.

          Late afternoon Pompano

          April 21, 2020

          Tuesday 4/21 South Melbourne beaches 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm. This was about 1.5 hrs after low tide on the incoming. Water fairly flat and a little off color. Light winds moving around from all directions. today was the first time since I have been fishing a beach by my home did I see a FWC officer patrolling the beach on a 4 wheeler. He stopped, checked my license, which I had stored on the FWC app on my phone, looked at the 4 pomps I had at the time and measured the smallest (12″). He was a good guy, courteous, wore a mask, & maintained social distancing pretty well. I ended the day with a limit of pomps and 4 whiting. Today’s fish and any I may be lucky enough to harvest tomorrow are headed to a family whose work has been interrupted with the COVID-19 issues.

            A Tale of Two Beaches

            February 13, 2020

            With Valentine’s day looming on the weekend, I had two days available to hit Brevard county beaches. Wednesday was my first available day and I traveled to the Northern part of the county. The public beach had a few fisherman and was loaded with beach-goers as the morning wore on. My morning was filled with a fairly steady whiting bite and one lone pompano.

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