Local Fishing Forecast and Intel

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Optimal fishing activity will be between 7 - 11 AM on Sunday.

Target Species of Fish

Based on historical data, you should target one of the following species for this time of year:
  1. Atlantic Croaker - 10.55% Catch Rate
    Atlantic Croaker

  2. Bluefish - 6.64% Catch Rate
    Bluefish

  3. Red Drum - 6.25% Catch Rate
    Red Drum

  4. Florida Pompano - 5.86% Catch Rate
    Florida Pompano

  5. Spotted Seatrout - 5.86% Catch Rate
    Spotted Seatrout

  6. Wahoo - 5.47% Catch Rate
    Wahoo

  7. Spanish Mackerel - 5.08% Catch Rate
    Spanish Mackerel

  8. Sailfish - 4.69% Catch Rate
    Sailfish

  9. Whiting - 3.91% Catch Rate
    Whiting

  10. Mahi-mahi - 3.12% Catch Rate
    Mahi-mahi

  11. White Marlin - 2.73% Catch Rate
    White Marlin

  12. Blue Marlin - 2.73% Catch Rate
    Blue Marlin

  13. Walleye - 2.34% Catch Rate
    Walleye

  14. Striped Bass - 1.95% Catch Rate
    Striped Bass

  15. Cobia - 1.95% Catch Rate
    Cobia

  16. Snook - 1.95% Catch Rate
    Snook

  17. Atlantic Tarpon - 1.95% Catch Rate
    Atlantic Tarpon

  18. Striped Marlin - 1.95% Catch Rate
    Striped Marlin

  19. Black Drum - 1.56% Catch Rate
    Black Drum

  20. Great Barracuda - 1.56% Catch Rate
    Great Barracuda

  21. King Mackerel - 1.56% Catch Rate
    King Mackerel

  22. Grey Triggerfish - 1.17% Catch Rate
    Grey Triggerfish

  23. Mangrove Snapper - 1.17% Catch Rate
    Mangrove Snapper

  24. Blackfin Tuna - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Blackfin Tuna

  25. Flounder - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Flounder

  26. Gag Grouper - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Gag Grouper

  27. Halibut - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Halibut

  28. Swordfish - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Swordfish

  29. Yellowfin Tuna - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Yellowfin Tuna

  30. Brown Trout - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Brown Trout

  31. Cod - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Cod

  32. Weakfish - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Weakfish

  33. Greater Amberjack - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Greater Amberjack

  34. Australasian Snapper - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Australasian Snapper

  35. Coho Salmon - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Coho Salmon

  36. Rainbow Trout - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Rainbow Trout

  37. Red Grouper - 0.78% Catch Rate
    Red Grouper

  38. African Pompano - 0.39% Catch Rate
    African Pompano

  39. Little Tunny - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Little Tunny

  40. Roosterfish - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Roosterfish

  41. Crevalle Jack - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Crevalle Jack

  42. Chinook Salmon - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Chinook Salmon

  43. Mako Shark - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Mako Shark

  44. Pollock - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Pollock

  45. Haddock - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Haddock

  46. Spearfish - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Spearfish

  47. Northern Puffer - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Northern Puffer

  48. Skipjack Tuna - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Skipjack Tuna

  49. Black Crappie - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Black Crappie

  50. Smallmouth Bass - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Smallmouth Bass

  51. Vermilion Snapper - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Vermilion Snapper

  52. Red Snapper - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Red Snapper

  53. Lingcod - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Lingcod

  54. Sockeye Salmon - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Sockeye Salmon

  55. Mutton Snapper - 0.39% Catch Rate
    Mutton Snapper

Recommedations above based on 645 local reports and 55 species of fish for September.

Recommended Colors

Based on the time of day, season, weather, and water color, we recommend the following:
Black is your primary color. We recommend trying a Black colored lure. Alternatively, you can try: Purple, Purple/Black, or Black/Purple colored lures. If all else fails, here are some other options: Blue, Blue/Black, or Purple/Blue 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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