Inshore Fishing Adventures Blog

Fort Pierce Fishing Report mid-March

We have lots happening in Fort Pierce as we speak; at least between the wind storms. The inlet has been active as has the Intracoastal basin (the waters adjacent to the north/south marked channel” and so have the shallow water flats. Those anchoring or drifting the edges on the Intracoastal Channel have been taking good […]

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Fort Pierce Fishing Report

Monday I was joined once again by Topwater Tony and true to form he came rigged and ready with his bone colored Skitterwalk. Though Tony worked hard and covered lots of prime mangrove shoreline the fish had no interest in feeding on top. Switching to a Z-Man Curly Tailz in my favorite pearl color was […]

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Fort Pierce Fishing Report for the week of 2-29-2020

Longtime clients, this father and son team made the drive from Cape Canaveral to Fort Pierce to see my new office. Jim and Ryan had to put up with a lot of wind (no surprise here), but caught a boat-load! The guys caught ladyfish, bluefish, jacks, trout, snook and a backwater flounder. Most of their […]

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Fort Pierce Fishing Report for the week of 12-14-2019

Larry joined me recently on the Banshee and we pretty much whacked the fish all morning long. In fact, we left them biting a bit after the noon hour. Plenty of slot sized seatrout with a few dinks mixed in and more ladyfish and jacks than we cared to count came aboard for quick photos […]

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Indian River Lagoon Fishing Report for Mid-August

Indian River Lagoon Fishing Report: Mid-August 2019 – The highlight of this past week was an early morning fishing trip to the NIRL.

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Orlando Fishing Getaway

Orlando is getaway for anglers and thrill seekers alike! Families will find an endless variety of entertainment – the region is renowned for theme parks, water parks, sports arenas, and golf. However, there’s a hidden gem located just outside the cities hustle and bustle, the Mosquito Lagoon. The Mosquito Lagoon engulfs 21,000 acres of unadulterated […]

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Fishing the Mosquito Lagoon

The Mosquito Lagoon is 21,000 acres of pristine primeval waters. These waters are unique, they’re where saltwater and freshwater meet. The brackish waters are an estuary and home to a variety of fish. Specifically, this shoal is a haven for Redfish, and is referred to by many as “The Redfish Capital of the World.” The […]

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The IRL

Did you know that the Indian River Lagoon is the most biodiverse ecosystem in the Northern Hemisphere? The Indian River Lagoon is comprised of three different lagoons: The Mosquito Lagoon, Banana River and Indian River, with the Banana and Indian Rivers not being rivers at all. These lagoons are located on the East coast of […]

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A Snook Isn’t Just a “Snook” in Florida

Who doesn’t love hooking up with a Snook? Whether you pull one from the mangroves, get them off the surf, or pull them off the flats – excitement is soon to follow. They are known by a few names around the world; Snook, Linesider, Sergeant Fish, Robalo, and so on. However, A Snook isn’t just a Snook. There are […]

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