Southeast FL Fishing report
Offshore - Getting out between fronts this time of year can be rewarding. The wrecks are beginning to harbor more Cobia, African Pompano, and permit, along with plenty flag yellowtail, a few mutton’s, and the occasional black/red/gag grouper. Sailfishing is heating up, pre-frontal wahoo fishing has been paying off, and football size blackfin tunas are showing up.
Inshore - Pompano, Spanish Mackerel, and Bluefish are in full swing in result of the declining water temps. You also never know when a nice Cobia will swim by or when you will unexpectedly cross paths with a smoker king.
Freshwater - Crappie, peacock bass, and largemouth get fired up in deeper parts of lakes when the cold air begins to chill the surface of the water. The RYP 7g works good when the fish are feeding in the deeper warmer water during a cold front.
Written by: Spencer Jackson