March madness is here! Cobia & Snook fishing is really heating up, also the mahi should show up any day now!
Fishing inland in our indian river has been stellar this week for Snook, Snapper, Jacks, Sheepshead, & Flounder. Fishing structure is key with live baits. Some lure fishing is doing well like top waters at first light for larger Snook & Jacks. Fishing the flats can be very productive for Seatrout & Pompano this month. The Inlet has been great action for Snook. Clients are averaging 5-25 snook a trip when using live bait. Early morning and late evening will yield the best bite as water temps start to rise this month.
Cobia fishing has been on fire this week. Nearshore fishing for cobia in march here in Stuart FL can be world class! Sight casting large cobia to 60lbs on spin tackle is an absolute blast. Also expect lots of Sharks, Goliath Goupers, Snapper, Permit, Jack Crevelles, Snook, Kingfish, & more. Drifting live baits and bottom fishing is typical for march nearshore charters. we do cast some lures at sighted fish when conditions allow. Also we can run the beaches looking for large schools of fish to cast at with artificial. Anchoring is best for bottom fishing but drift fishing can be just as productive nearshore.
Fishing Offshore one can expect bigger Mahi-Mahi to show up in late march & early April. Lately we have been catching Big Blackfin Tuna, Kingfish, Sailfish, Grouper, Snapper, Cobia, Sharks, Amberjacks, & more. Trolling & bottom fishing is typically a normal routine during the month of March. When trolling isn’t red-hot we will bottom fish in deeper depths for larger bottom fish. Trolling live baits slow can be a stellar way to watch aggressive pelagic blast baits. When the wind kicks up fly the kites for sailfish. Trolling dead baits can be super effective when looking to locate lone larger Mahi.
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