Monday, December 14, 2009

Jensen Beach Fishing Report 12-13-09

FISHING 12/13/2009

Cool temperatures, some wind, over cast and sun shine. it most be winter.
Off shore the wind has kept the seas at three to four feet, great for Sail Fish. Be at the bridge when the lights come on, lots of Snook or look to the fl;at water for the Reds and Trout. Surf is cooling so more Blues, Mac's and it is time for the Pompano, winter don't you love it.
Surf anglers before you unload all your gear take a look at the edge, see any activity or move to the next access. Had anglers in this week talking about the big Croakers at Bob Graham beach and anglers telling me there was nothing at the Holiday Inn, location. location and tomorrow it will change. Blue fish have made a strong appearance on spoons and cut baits mix in the Mac's and Jacks for and excellent morning. Late morning is when the Whiting, Croaker and Snook come tot he edge, they will stay out till the sun warms the water. Who would want to hang around with a school of Blues!
Snook season closed December 15 and will reopen February 1 so take the barbs off the hooks for a "Quick" release. Wind has the water churning at the bridges, cast up into the current and let the current present your bait, all you do is keep the slack out of the line, Flair Hawks you pick the color.
Trout (season opens Jan.1) and Reds like the flat water, less turbid. From inlet to inlet we have had good reports well into late morning, sheltered flat water using shrimp or D.O.A. baits will find them. Yes, plenty of Blues, Mac's, Jacks and Lady fish to make you crazy. Black Drum at the Roosevelt Bridge, just south of the draw span, shoulder to shoulder fishing ??????
Off shore Sails and more Sails, Dolphin to twenty pounds, Kings to thirty pounds and Black Fins, Bonita and the Wahoo all this and three to five feet of seas. Just depends on the size of the boat and your comfort zone, me I am a wimp, I can wait for the flat water. But then who catches the fish? Trolling ballyhoo has been the bait and method, take dinner to the fish. Good reports both north and south of the inlet, so start north and troll south either way there are fish. Run at least one deep in your spread and just maybe you will
find that Wahoo, for sure a King Mac is waiting.
SNOOK is closed, Trout is they are eating any thing you throw, take the barbs off the hooks..............................Henry

Snook Nook Bait & Tackle
3595 NE Indian River Drive
Jensen Beach, FL
(Just South of the Jensen Causeway)
(Since 1949)

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