Local Fishing Forecast and Intel


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Optimal fishing activity will be between 6 - 10 PM on Tuesday.

Target Species of Fish

Based on historical data, you should target one of the following species for this time of year:
  1. Spotted Seatrout - 7.95% Catch Rate
    Spotted Seatrout

  2. Rainbow Trout - 5.68% Catch Rate
    Rainbow Trout

  3. Sailfish - 5.68% Catch Rate

  4. Flounder - 5.11% Catch Rate

  5. Snook - 5.11% Catch Rate

  6. Whiting - 4.55% Catch Rate

  7. Striped Bass - 3.98% Catch Rate
    Striped Bass

  8. Florida Pompano - 3.98% Catch Rate
    Florida Pompano

  9. Mahi-mahi - 3.41% Catch Rate

  10. Cobia - 3.41% Catch Rate

  11. Black Drum - 3.41% Catch Rate
    Black Drum

  12. Red Drum - 2.84% Catch Rate
    Red Drum

  13. Bluefish - 2.84% Catch Rate

  14. Black Crappie - 2.84% Catch Rate
    Black Crappie

  15. Brown Trout - 2.84% Catch Rate
    Brown Trout

  16. Bluefin Tuna - 2.27% Catch Rate
    Bluefin Tuna

  17. Yellowfin Tuna - 2.27% Catch Rate
    Yellowfin Tuna

  18. Atlantic Tarpon - 2.27% Catch Rate
    Atlantic Tarpon

  19. Blue Marlin - 2.27% Catch Rate
    Blue Marlin

  20. Blackfin Tuna - 1.7% Catch Rate
    Blackfin Tuna

  21. Cod - 1.7% Catch Rate

  22. Chinook Salmon - 1.7% Catch Rate
    Chinook Salmon

  23. Swordfish - 1.7% Catch Rate

  24. Wahoo - 1.7% Catch Rate

  25. Spanish Mackerel - 1.7% Catch Rate
    Spanish Mackerel

  26. Australasian Snapper - 1.14% Catch Rate
    Australasian Snapper

  27. Halibut - 1.14% Catch Rate

  28. Dusky Flathead - 1.14% Catch Rate
    Dusky Flathead

  29. Greater Hammerhead - 1.14% Catch Rate
    Greater Hammerhead

  30. Tautog - 1.14% Catch Rate

  31. Atlantic Croaker - 1.14% Catch Rate
    Atlantic Croaker

  32. Brook Trout - 1.14% Catch Rate
    Brook Trout

  33. Weakfish - 0.57% Catch Rate

  34. Red Snapper - 0.57% Catch Rate
    Red Snapper

  35. Sheepshead - 0.57% Catch Rate

  36. Striped Marlin - 0.57% Catch Rate
    Striped Marlin

  37. Roosterfish - 0.57% Catch Rate

  38. Walleye - 0.57% Catch Rate

  39. Northern Puffer - 0.57% Catch Rate
    Northern Puffer

  40. Mangrove Snapper - 0.57% Catch Rate
    Mangrove Snapper

  41. Muskie - 0.57% Catch Rate

  42. Great Barracuda - 0.57% Catch Rate
    Great Barracuda

  43. American Shad - 0.57% Catch Rate
    American Shad

  44. Blue Shark - 0.57% Catch Rate
    Blue Shark

  45. Greater Amberjack - 0.57% Catch Rate
    Greater Amberjack

  46. King Mackerel - 0.57% Catch Rate
    King Mackerel

  47. Black Sea Bass - 0.57% Catch Rate
    Black Sea Bass

  48. Spearfish - 0.57% Catch Rate

Recommedations above based on 1000 local reports and 48 species of fish for April.

Recommended Colors

Based on the time of day, season, weather, and water color, we recommend the following:
Pink is your primary color. We recommend trying a Light Pink or Light Pink/White colored lure. Alternatively, you can try: Light Red, Light Red/White, or Pink/Light Red colored lures. If all else fails, here are some other options: Light Orange, Light Orange/White, or Red/Light Orange colored lures. You can use Silver spoons, spinnerbaits, or trim for on the lures. For extra effect, try a lure with a chartruse or flourescent colored tail.

Recommended Lures

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If you love dorado aka mahi-mahi they are here in full force! Guests are enjoying these great fighting fish throughout the day. And let’s not talk about how tasty they are. A lot of their sizes have been over 30lbs.As we venture offshore there is still yellowfin tuna around with the spinner dolphin. Our last … Continue reading "From Tuna To Dorado"...

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By Seamus on 4/12/2021 2:30:21 AM • Views (8)
Made our 8am trip for stripe bass today and again the bass did not bite. We had some readings but again they did not want to eat. We tried clams and bunkers while some guys threw shads. The rain added to a not so nice day. I had a young man named Mauricio on board today and if you read this report Mauricio give me a call. We will not be fishing to...

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