Treasure Coast Fishing Report: Nov. 29



Capt. Rob Bunker of Seek and Destroy fishing charters in Vero Beach pronounced anglers shouldn’t be intimidated by wind, there’s still copiousness of good fishing to be had. Use color, a brighter a improved to contrariety with a dim water. Plastic lures have to have scent, he said, like Pro Cure. He is regulating -ounce or -ounce hop heads in red or chatreuse with Exude or Zoom. Chunked ladyfish on a bottom also gets bites from redfish, trout, black drum and snook.


Capt. Glenn Cameron of a vessel Lo Que Sea out of Fort Pierce City Marina has been in credentials mode for sailfish contest season. He pronounced conditions this year are not like they were final year when clever early cold fronts pushed attract and sailfish onto Treasure Coast reefs and wrecks. This year a fish are going be held along stream edges, heat changes and tone changes. Dolphin fishing has been good off Fort Pierce in 120 to 250 feet.


Dirty H2O has done for wily fishing in a Indian River Lagoon, St. Lucie River and along a beaches, too. Bluefish should be a categorical locate for roller anglers fishing beaches via a county from Jensen Beach, where a state record 22-pound bluefish was held in 1971, to Hobe Sound. Throw chrome or splendid blue plugs or spoons for quick action. Cut attract will also work. The beaches will have to purify adult a bit before pompano fishing gets better.


Speckled roost fishing should get a small improved as temperatures drop somewhat this week. Look for jigs or minnows fished in late afternoon or early morning to get a best bites. Some good spots will be around a thatch during Taylor Creek, in a Kissimmee River and around Uncle Joe’s Cut. Fishing in Indian Prairie Canal for drum has been really good on a accumulation of offerings including shiners, lipless holder baits, clap lures or senkos and flukes.

To record a report, hit Ed Killer during or call him during 772-221-4201.

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