Nedra Maxwell of the Sebastian Inlet District said winds were a little gusty at the jetty Tuesday and will continue to climb through the week. Anglers have been able to catch Spanish mackerel, bluefish, jacks, ladyfish, snook, redfish and tarpon. Inshore, trout fishing has been a little on the slow side with the dirty water coming from the C-54 Canal near Sebastian, and from the relief canals through the Vero Beach area.
Kadri Benton of White’s Tackle said there has been little to report offshore, but the dolphin bite should be good in 30 to 500 feet of water. Wahoo have also been caught along the deep edges at first light. Inshore, the snook bite has been hit and miss around the bridges and the Fort Pierce Inlet Jetty during the outgoing tide. The mullet have been around the spoil islands and mangrove shorelines. Anglers fishing with large plugs and swim baits where they find mullet schools are catching snook.
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