The trout bite in the Indian River has been hot this week. Captain Jim and I have been getting these fish on topwater first thing in the morning and on soft plastics as the sun gets higher in the sky. There have also been a variety of other fish to catch such as ladyfish, jack crevalle, bluefish and pompano. The snook and redfish have been hiding in the mangroves along the shoreline and have been actively feeding when you pitch a live bait to them. The tripletail bite is finally starting to slow down but we are still managing to catch fish that are big enough to take home for dinner. Sharks have been very active in the nearshore waters and they will continue to feed as the water warms up. Make sure to check out our website if you want to book a trip to catch any of these types of species.