Inshore Fishing What's Biting Now


Fort Pierce Snook

Fort Pierce Snook Frenzy

Florida Sportsman member: Capt.AW Since the season has opened, the snook bite has been absurd. For a little over a week, it was every bait as soon as it hit the bottom. Most have been in the slot or just above. Bait, on the other hand, has been tough.

Keaton Trout

Keaton Trout

Florida Sportsman Member: HookemBookem We caught a lot of shorts and a couple nice keepers. All were caught in 3.5 feet with white gulp and popper.

February Inshore

February Inshore Review

Florida Sportsman: Matt822 The trout bite has been really good as well with some fish in the 24-28″ range. I’ve been getting them on zman paddle tails, bouncing the edges of the pot holes in one to five feet of water. They usually hit it on the drop, so be ready.

10K Variety Bites

10K Variety Bites

Florida Sportsman Member: Joe Snook Super Bowl Sunday I went out to fill the bait pen and get some triple tail with a friend and I got this slob, who was almost 30 inches.

Crappie

It’s Crappie Time

Florida Sportsman Member: stingwray It’s time to crappie fish. It took a while to find some willing to chew, but when I finally found them they were chewing the hooks off. The fish wanted no part of the minnows, but were more then ready for some jig action.

Big Pine Key Spanish Mackerel

Big Pine Key Spanish Mackerel

Florida Sportsman Member: latitudeajustment Mrs. LA and I made a crack of noon start today and headed out back to see what we could find. Thankfully, the macks came to play.

Everglades Inshore Slam

Everglades Inshore Slam

Florida Sportsman member: lemaymiami That day we were working mostly small artificials on light spinning gear. Out near the coast, Randy tossed a 1/8 oz lure up against a downed tree and we were off to the races with a nice slot snook that fought all the way until I was able to grab it for a quick photo. It measured right at 30″ and was Randy’s first snook ever.