South Indian River Fishing Report 3/16/14 – The Ledger (blog)

Capt. Charlie Conner/Seafood Tales Charters

March 16, 2014

“Isn’t it an incredible feeling getting out of bed around the Treasure Coast to sunshine, blue skies and the sunshine? I really like it! This is among the rewards to living in this region of Florida. We’ve loved some good spring weather earlier this week. Expect plenty of windy days ahead, but winter has lost its grip around the area and sunshine has welcomed us most days around the water. Water temps happen to be up and lower, but have arrived at the reduced 70?s now and also the seafood happen to be biting for all of us. March always provides plenty of fishing action for all of us,Inches reviews Capt. Charlie Conner of Seafood Tales Charters (772-284-3852). http://world wide web.fishtalescharter.com

“We’ve still loved a great number of species again now. The very best bite remains sheepshead round the bridges, docks, and funnel edges from the river. You will find plenty of sizeable seafood still to bend your fishing rod. Live or dead shrimp may be the bait of preference for many fishermen. The black drum continue to be round the river too within the same spots. Our trout bite acquired now because the water temps finally hit the 70?s again. Water within the 3-5 feet range continues to be perfect for us. D.O.A. Shrimp or D.O.A. CAL jerk baits will work great around the ocean trout. The turning basin continues to be hot for fishing now. The spanish language spanish mackerel, bluefish, grouper, snapper, ladyfish, jack crevalle, etc. happen to be keeping clients busy, especially on windy days. Fishing the much deeper water can be quite productive this time around of the year,Inches Conner reviews.

“Redfish have ongoing to hold under docks and mangroves round the river. D.O.A. CAL paddle tails or live bait will work well on catching slot redfish now using the warmer water. The snook bite is enhancing now too. The bridges, jetties, and docks are wonderful places to search for snook. D.O.A. Terror Eyz or live bait happen to be good options for snook now,” Conner reviews.

“The surf is constantly on the hold whiting, bluefish, jacks, plus some pompano. The pompano bite hasn’t been just like expected to date this season. Apart from that, it’s been an excellent March to date. We’re catching plenty of seafood and getting fun every day around the water. As Spring takes hold around the area, the winds continuously blow, however the sun will shine and things continuously warm up around the Treasure Coast. Enjoy and employ plenty of sun block. Have some fun and obtain out fishing soon,”

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Capt. Charlie Conner, a Fort Pierce based fishing guide, has over twenty five years experience fishing Florida’s Indian River Lagoon from Stuart, Fort Pierce, and Port St. Lucie to Titusville. Conner is really a licensed Coast Guard Master Captain concentrating see how to avoid tackle fishing for such species as snook, redfish, and speckled trout across the houses and islands from the Indian River.

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