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WEEKLY FORECAST

2.6.2024 – 2.12.2024

CENTRAL FLORIDA’S BEST FISHING REPORT

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Don't miss your chance to learn from living legend, Capt. Glyn Austin, at the FREE-to-attend FSFA Club Meeting next Tuesday, February 13th!

This week, find out if you’re the lucky winner of the Busch Light Corn Hole set, courtesy of Carroll Distributing. Plus, enter for a chance to win the latest Strike-Zone Giveaway — a Shimano Symetre Spinning Rod and Reel Combo!

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WEATHER & CONDITIONS

BITE OPPORTUNITY INDEX

OFFSHORE

3.9

INSHORE

7.0

SURF

7.3

FRESHWATER

8.0
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WEATHER OVERVIEW: This week starts off with high winds out of the NE. Tuesday & Wednesday our high temperatures will not get out of the 60’s. That should last into Thursday. Thursday evening is when the wind will start to settle down. Friday the wind will switch out of the ESE before switching predominantly out of the S both Saturday and Sunday. If the current forecast holds, Friday & Saturday appear to be the days with the lowest wind. Sunday should be a little breezier. By the weekend, high temps should be in the upper 70’s.

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GIVEAWAYS

Strike-Zone Shimano Symetre Spinning Rod and Reel Combo Giveaway

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This month, we’re giving away a Shimano Symetre Spinning Rod and Reel Combo, courtesy of Strike-Zone Fishing. One winner will be randomly drawn from all entries and be announced in the weekly fishing forecast on Tuesday, March 5. Enter below for your chance to win!

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Cornhole Giveaway

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Since 1960, Carroll Distributing has been keeping the local shelves stocked and taps flowing for a long list of everybody’s favorite beverages. Now, they are going to be distributing some awesome prizes to Spacefish readers every month. This month, the prize is a Bush Light themed Cornhole set. One winner will randomly drawn and selected in the weekly forecast on February 6th!

And the winner is…

Congrats to the cornhole winner, Curtis Kazimir, Melbourne

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Weekly Strike-Zone Giveaway

strike zone gift card giveaway Each week, we’ll randomly draw a name from our email subscriber list to award a $20 Strike-Zone Fishing Gift Card. To enter, all you need to do is subscribe to our weekly forecast email (once subscribed, you’re eligible to win EVERY week).

Congrats to this week's winner, Brad Kueter, Cocoa

NOTICE: If you are announced as a winner, you must EMAIL US within 5 days to claim your prize (please include your phone number and mailing address), or your prize will be forfeited and added back into the giveaway pool for future winners.

LATEST Reports

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2024 Recreational Fishing Season for Golden Tilefish
February 27, 2024

2024 Recreational Fishing Season for Golden Tilefish

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FSFA member John Durkee deep dropping for golden tilefish

The NOAA announces that the 2024 recreational season for golden tilefish in federal waters of the South Atlantic started on January 1, 2024 and will end February 29. 2024. NOAA Fisheries predicts that recreational golden tilefish landings will reach the recreational annual catch limit of 2,635 fish for the 2024 fishing year by February 29, 2024.

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Night Bite
February 27, 2024

Night Bite

The late afternoon/evening bite has been best lately. I’ve been having success on the shallow flats around mangroves, especially in water holding baitfish. The vibration given off by a paddle tail is the ticket. You’ll want to rig them on lightweight jig between 1/16 and 1/8 oz to fish these shallow flats. A medium speed retrieve with pauses thrown in will get the job done!

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Lake Toho: Whaley’s Landing
February 26, 2024

Lake Toho: Whaley’s Landing

KAYAK FISHING REPORT

Happy Monday Spacefish!

Forgive me for my absence last week, my family went to Georgia to see my brother and his family, for my niece’s birthday – so after being out of town, and taking last weekend off, I am back this week to talk about Lake Toho! I fished Lake Toho on Sunday, Saturday I went on my first ever trip to Mosquito Lagoon, but today I am going to just talk Toho – but there will be Mosquito Lagoon write ups in the future! But as we enter a very exciting time on the Florida Bass Fishing Calendar (Spawning Season) – I thought this would be a good time to check out how Lake Toho is doing.

Understanding the Spawn

I am not saying for certain that the Bass on Lake Toho are not spawning yet, but I searched areas that there would be beds and didn’t find any – however I did catch quite a few small male Bass that were in the type of areas Bass typically make spawning beds – which means at the very least the migration to spawning grounds is on.

As a kayak angler, this is a phenomenal time of year to get out and go Bass fishing, even if you are someone that prefers inshore kayak fishing. Right late winter-early spring is a very windy time of year, not only that, but it is also a time of year when we get a lot of strong north winds. With the lagoon system running north and south, a strong north wind can pretty much wreck a day of kayak fishing the lagoon from central Brevard on up to the the north end of the Space Coast. But while mother nature is huffing and puffing, Bass are moving into wind protected shallow areas to spawn. In most Florida lakes there is a big ring of vegetation going out from the shoreline about 50-75 yards out, once the spawn is over and the weather heats up, the Bass will move into deeper water offshore, but during spawning season they like to enter that ring, and make their beds in clean, clear water in an area that is protected from the wind, as well as human activity.

Bass need their beds to be in 5 foot or less of water, so that the sunlight can provide warmth for their eggs. They also need this water to be clear enough, and protected from wind chop enough for the light to properly penetrate. On lakes within the Kissimme chain, I like to find areas with different types of vegetation – typically those areas will are going to fish well. Kissimme grass, lily pads, lotus pads, and hydrilla are all winners. Lotus pads are like lily pads but are flat on the water, and they needs a sandy bottom to grow, which are good indicators of good spawning ground. Below are some pictures of areas that fished well for me this past weekend.

Where to Launch

Lake Toho is a big ole lake, one of the biggest in Florida – there are 4 public boat ramps, and I think there are a few other kayak/canoe launch areas as well. This past weekend, I launched from Whaley’s Landing located at 3610 Lake Tohopekaliga Rd, St Cloud, FL 34772. This is a two lane boat ramp, limited parking in a grass lot – though it does offer space for trailer parking. Even with a kayak, you have to use the actual boat ramp, because off to the side, there is a very steep slope fortified with concrete that make it virtually impossible to hand launch a kayak or canoe.

Kissimmee Grass Lotus Pads

Kissimmee Grass Lotus Pads

Lotus Pads Lily Pads

Lotus Pads Lily Pads

Fishing Report

It was a pretty tough day to fish as far as conditions go – it was really cold in the morning, the temperature warmed up to the low 70’s by early afternoon – but it was a bluebird sky, high barometric pressure day, which are my least favorite to fish. I ended up doing pretty well, but my hand was forced into fishing certain baits/styles that are not necessarily my preferred method.

I like to power fish. I like speedworms and topwater. This was not a speedworm and topwater day. I ended up catching a little over a dozen total fish, varying from tiny little dinks and 3 fish that were in the 3-4 pound range.

I already went over the type of area that I was fishing, an area of 5ish feet of water, that was heavy in vegetation. This is where these type of days can get tough, finesses fishing in thick vegetation. I lost two very quality fish due to using too light of tackle, expecting these tougher conditions I had two rods that had 15 pound flurocarbon leader and of course my two chances for bigger fish the leader snapped as I tried to horse the fish out from the stems of lily pads – I felt terrible after the second one, so I fished baitcaster to heavier braid the rest of the day, even if it meant less action, the last thing I want to do during the prespawn is leave a hook in a fish’s mouth – an angler of my experience level doing that was irresponsible and bush league.

Anway, I digress – I ended up finding 3 baits that generated bites – the most bites came on a new bait – Tackle Tech Custom Baits “Fluke” in Watermelon Seed, rigged weedless & weightless on a 4/0 EWG Worm Hook. I tried to fish this bait as slow and with as much subtlety as I could – bumping it through underwater vegetation, and letting it nose dive off of lotus pads. I got 3 packs of custom made Speedworms recently from Jayden, the brains behind Tackle Tech – he makes all of the baits by hand, he even made me a custom color Speedworm – but it was his flukes in Watermelon Seed that got the job done this trip. If you are interested in custom soft plastics, and want to support a local guy – a young man working his tail off to make quality baits at a low price then follow his page on instagram – tackletechcustombaits and send a message for custom baits, or visit his website, tackletechcustombaits.myshopify.com – he has some really cool color patterns, and I enjoy watching his videos of the process of making soft plastic baits on instagram.

Bass Caught in the Kissimme Grass

Bass Caught in the Kissimme Grass

The next bait that got bit was the Fish, or Die Musket in Liberty Tree, and Ben’s Bifocals (Watermelon Red, and Green Pumpkin/Gold Flake). I rigged these trick worm style baits on a ⅛ oz Spider Slider jighead – which is a unique jighead that has a pointed nose, but flat backside so it will stand up on a hard bottom, but also cuts through vegetation well, and allows the bait to be worked like a jerk bait through hydrilla and Kissimme grass, but also has a faster when flipping it into holes and pockets.

Lastly, the Salt Strong Mulligan in Alabama Leprechaun, which is basically like a watermelon red, with gold flake – they designed this bait and color for their inshore lineup, but this is one of my favorite Florida Bass colors. The Mulligan gets its name from its dimpled body – like a Golf ball. These dimples, and the dense plastic really make this bait fly, and the reason I chose this over other types of swimbaits or swimming worms were the smaller profile (4 inches), and the ability to still get good long casts, even though I was only using a 3/0, ⅛ oz Owner Twistlock hook. This bait performed very similar to a Yamamoto Swimming Senko or a Yum Swimming Dinger. On these high pressure, bluebird sky days, sometimes it pays dividends to downsize your bait profile, and the Mulligan allowed me to do that without sacrificing my ability to cast a good distance, even on a baitcaster with 30 pound braid. The key to success was slow rolling it through the Kissimme Grass, and letting it drop off of lotus pads and then bringing it back up. This bait has good action when it falls, and on a slow retrieve, and after fishing a 7 inch speedworm and getting nowhere, I caught a fish on my first cast, and ended up catching about 6 or 7 total fish during my last 2 hours of fishing, alternating every few casts between the Fluke, Musket, and Mulligan.

Bass Caught on Mulligan in Kissimme Grass

Bass Caught on Mulligan in Kissimme Grass

Learning from a Great Angler

So this was my 2nd time fishing this area – my first time was last January, with a guy named Adrian, who is a phenomenal angler! He is currently competing on the BFL FLW and Toyota series as a co-angler, he also like to fish from his Old Town Kayak, and paddle board. We met up after he emailed me via Spacefish, and not only did I have a great time fishing with him, but I also learned a lot that day. Adrian, if you’re reading we need to get out and fish again soon! Here is a picture of Adrian with a great fish he caught on our trip out of Whaley’s Landing last winter.

Adrian Davies Fishing Lotus Pads Kissimmee Grass

Adrian Davies Fishing Lotus Pads Kissimmee Grass

He is actually the one who got me on the swimming worm, as a smaller profile alternative to speed worms last year, and watching him/fishing with him, on my first trip to a lake on the Kissimmee chain was a great learning experience for me!

One of things I really enjoy about fishing is that as a early 30’s dad with two young kids – it allows me to talk to, and make friends in an era of life, where that is really not easy. Since I got on instagram last summer I have met other anglers and have been able to share fishing intel, but also experience some camaraderie. I hope that overtime, more and more kayak anglers will be able to connect through Spacefish, and that we continue to grow the kayak fishing community of the Space Coast!

Conclusion

So does anyone know what the deal is with the groundhog and his shadow? When will spring be here? I am tired of cold fronts! It seems like over the last few weeks fish in the lagoon and the lakes seem to be trying to figure out whether they want to be in winter or spring patterns, hopefully soon we will start transitioning into spring patterns, the topwater bite will pick up, and fish will start chasing moving lures again – but in the meantime if you want to get out of the wind, and take your kayak into dense vegetation and tangle with some big mouth Bass, then I highly recommend checking out Lake Toho from Whaley’s Landing!

kayaks by bo Thank you to Kayaks by Bo for being our Paddle Partner on this weeks journey! As we look to turn the calendar page to March, and we start to look forward to warm (but not too hot) spring weather, go check out Kayaks by Bo’s selection of top of the line fishing kayaks, paddle boards, gear, and accessories!

Stay safe, be happy, go fishing, and have a great week everybody! Until next time!

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by Knox Robinson
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Cold and Chilly Fishing
February 26, 2024

Cold and Chilly Fishing

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This week has been brutal for fishing off the beach; the water has gotten really cold, and the fish do not like it at all. Finding the warmer breaks in the surf has produced some fish, but many are smaller ones. Jacks, small black drum, croakers, and spots have been reported this week. The bright moon phase has not helped either.

Frozen shrimp, live sand fleas, and clam have been the best baits this past week and likely will continue to be so this week as well. Standard pompano rigs have once again been getting the most bites. Just be sure the hooks are smaller, in the #2 or #1 size, to catch the smaller fish if you’re looking to do so.

One note I would like to add this week about the pompano rigs is the choice of weight has certainly played a role in hookups. The sputnik weights have negatively affected the hookup ratio of fish, and the opposite can be said for the triangles. People have been catching more fish with triangle leads. This is probably due to the smaller fish size and the fact that the rigs are ripping out of their mouths due to the sputniks’ outstanding sand-holding abilities.

That’s all I’ve got for y’all this week; not much more to talk about. We just gotta wait for some warmer waters to turn the fish on again for us! Tight lines.

by Nik Kaldor
Cocoa Beach Fishing Center | (321) 783-3477

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Not Much Changed
February 26, 2024

Not Much Changed

Triple tail on the crab traps.

Triple tail on the crab traps.

Not a lot changed from last week to this week. Plenty of wind and rain still. We did have a few days with light winds but with the cooler temps the water hasn’t heated up and created more action for us inshore. Still plenty of action from jacks trout bluefish and some mackerel but the snook amd redfish have been elusive and have lockjaw. As the temps warm up over the next few weeks the inshore snook and trout bite should improve and action pick up.

Sebastian river jack action

Sebastian river jack action

by Capt. Glyn Austin
Going Coastal Charters | (321) 863-8085

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North Jetty Finally Open
February 26, 2024

North Jetty Finally Open

Good morning, Sebastian Inlet anglers and visitors. I hope everyone enjoyed last weekend’s mild weather. Despite the great weather, the fishing was still pretty slow everywhere. The water conditions, temperature — up to 63 degrees from 61 — remains too chilly for the ‘snookies’ to want to play. They prefer temperatures ranging between 70 and 82 degrees, with 77 being the magic number for me. But folks are catching a couple here and there.

First things first. The north jetty is finally open. And I mean 100 percent open: The temporary and cumbersome wooden repair structures are gone. Let’s give a big shout-out to the Sebastian Inlet State Park team for their hard work in returning the jetty to normal. They worked two days last week in rough conditions to install the grates and have them inspected. You guys and gals ROCK! Thanks. If you’re glad it has reopened, please email the state park and express your thanks. They would appreciate that. Now off on the fishing report.

Fishing throughout the entire inlet remains pretty slow. It is hit-or-miss due to the aforementioned weather conditions. The inlet has been loaded with schools of threadfin herring that usually show up this time of year — March and April — and they are pretty thick. One of my friends told me that he hasn’t seen that many threadfins there in about 20 years. He threw a small cast net and said he retrieved about 50 pounds of them. The downside is that cold water is preventing the snook from feeding. Usually, they would be all over the threadfins! But they are catching a few, and on live shrimp, too. Most catches have been on the incoming tide, north jetty, and some at the tip on the first of the outgoing. Also, I did see a couple of redfish caught on Sunday and some small bluefish on the outgoing on spoons. Not much else is going on. The south side has also been pretty slow with only a few snook on the incoming tide on live shrimp, and some small bluefish on the outgoing at the tip.

The surf areas and the T-dock area and along the shorelines has been non-productive, also due to the dirty and cold water. Not anything going on in those areas. I keep reminding myself, it IS still winter, so it’s going to be a bit slow. Anticipated ESE winds should blow in some warmer water and possibly improve the bite. One can only hope.

Well folks, that’s all I have for this week. When conditions improve and the fish decide to come out to play, I can go back to my breakdown action spotter format. Until then, get out and enjoy the outdoors, and mild temps.

by Wayne "Snookman" Landry
Sebastian Inlet State Park | (321) 724-5175

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Good Week of Fishing
February 26, 2024

Good Week of Fishing

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It’s been another good week of fishing here along the Space Coast. This week is basically a repeat of last week for us, except that the winds were crazy on a few of the days we got out. This is no problem for our spacious and dry Skeeter bay boats, though.

Big black drum have been highlighting our anglers’ catches again this week. Some of these fish are pushing 20 pounds in the creeks, and 40 pounds in the main Indian River Lagoon itself. Captain Justin and I are still targeting these fish in the upper portion of the Indian River right now. As we move into the month of March, the big redfish should start to get better on the flats of this river. We usually start catching fish in the 30 to 45-inch range as the waters start to warm up in the Spring.

Please take a look at our website to see our available dates, what we provide for you on our charters (check the FAQ tab), and what types of fish we target throughout the year. Cobia, as an example, will be on our radar this coming month. These fish start showing up when my neighbor’s azalea bush starts to bloom-and it’s blooming now! Snook and tripletail are other species that we frequently encounter in March and April. We also have discounts on quarterly, bi-monthly, and monthly fishing packages that may be exactly what you’re looking for. We call this our “frequent angler program” A. K. A. our “monthly boat payment plan (which includes a free full time charter with captain Jim or Justin to put you on the fish). If you have any questions please feel free to contact us any time via email (listed on our website) or phone (321-505-8217) and we will try to answer any questions you may have.

Let’s go catch your next memory!

by Capt. Jim Ross
Fine Line Fishing Charters | (321) 636-3728

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Great Water Clarity for Sight Fishing
February 25, 2024

Great Water Clarity for Sight Fishing

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It looks as though our winter weather will be here for most of this week with cooler nights and 60’s to 70 during the days. With this little blast of cool air coming into Central Florida look for the fish to become really active throughout the backwaters of New Smyrna Beach and Mosquito Lagoon. The water clarity has been great making for some good sight fishing of redfish and black drum. The bait can still be found hanging in and around the deeper edges and holes. Those holes and edges are where you will find most of your schooling trout as the larger ones will be gathering warmth in the shallow pot holes. Small soft plastics, spoons and live bait have all been working well to trigger a bite.

by Capt. Patrick Rood
Spot N Tail Charters | (386) 566-1394

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Weekend Radio Report
February 23, 2024

Weekend Radio Report

Get the latest word on the bite with Damon from Spacefish on the Mark Moses Show. We talk local fishing every Friday on the air at 4pm.

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American Air & Heat of Brevard

Return to Headwaters
February 19, 2024

Return to Headwaters

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  • headwaters bass fishing

I was one of the lucky folks who got to kayak fish Headwaters before the launch ramp opened up. We didn’t know it was called Headwaters back then. We just called it Fellsmere Reservoir. I fished it almost every weekend and I would usually see the same people every time I was there.

I could tell you how good the fishing was but you’d probably think I was lying. I’ll just say for most of my life my personal best largemouth was seven and a half pounds. I can’t count how many times I topped that at Headwaters, sometimes two or three times a day. It made me look like I was a much better bass angler than I really was. We’d push kayaks into the water at first light, and most days found us racing back to the launch trying to get back before the swarms of mosquitoes emerged at dark. That may sound like a long day on the water, but time flew by because we caught so many quality bass. On a busy day there might have been 20 kayaks on the water, but with about six square miles of water to share, crowding wasn’t an issue.

Headwaters is much bigger than six square miles, that is just the northwest corner of the reservoir that was open for fishing back in those days. A channel called Ditch 13 marked the southern boundary of the legal fishing zone. Beyond that was the “enhanced” area that looked oh so good on Google Maps. Many folks sneaked into that forbidden zone and were rewarded with incredible scenery and epic fishing. It was a serious commitment because the boundary was a 3 mile paddle from the kayak launch. Was I one of those adventurous souls who dabbled in the forbidden zone? Yeah, I admit it and I have a trespass warning from the FWC to prove it.

Headwaters was flooded in 2015 and was stocked with over a million bass, bluegill and crappie. I started fishing there in 2018. For a few years, I and a handful of kayak and canoe anglers had this bass fishing heaven as our exclusive playground. All that ended on August 10, 2020 when the boat ramp opened. For some of us, that marked the end of our Headwaters adventures. August 2020 is also when the popularity of Headwaters exploded. It quickly developed a reputation as one of the premier trophy bass destinations in the world.

After a nearly four year hiatus, I brought my kayak back to Headwaters. I drove to the end of the dusty Fellsmere Grade Road to the kayak launch at the northwest corner of the reservoir. That road is still as washboard and dirty as ever. Don’t expect to have a clean boat and truck after visiting Headwaters.

My plan was to paddle about three-quarters of a mile south to fish around a big square structure we used to call the Indian Mound. Apparently that was a good idea because others had the same destination in mind. Five boats, most of them guides, were anchored around Indian Mound soaking shiners. I saw them catch some bass, but based on the lack of hooting and hollering, I suspect none of those bass were particularly big. Well, I did hear some hollering, but that was one guide yelling at another for anchoring too close. I caught a nice bass, pushing four pounds, about fifty yards away from the shiner dunking crowd. I have to admit that felt quite satisfying.

One thing I used to love about Headwaters was the constant concert of squawking birds and croaking frogs. The cacophony of birds and frogs is still there, but now is joined by the constant drone of outboard motors. There were a lot of bass boats on the reservoir. I don’t ever recall a moment when I couldn’t hear at least one boat racing about. I am happy to say, aside from one exception, all the boaters were courteous, kept a respectable distance from my kayak and didn’t throw any onerous wakes my way.

I employed my traditional Headwaters strategy, which is to keep moving, keep chucking lures, catching a fish here and there until I stumble into a sweet spot where I’d catch a bass on almost every cast. I never stumbled into that sweet spot, but I did pick off bass here and there all day. By the end I had caught about twenty bass. Half were dinks but half were quality fish in the two to five pound range. I didn’t hook up on any monster fish, but twice felt the agony of watching a bass in the eight pound class ignore my well presented lure.

One thing is certain, Headwaters is still a very healthy fishery. The entire reservoir is filled with verdant fields of hydrilla, cattails and lily pads. Look down into the water almost anywhere and you’ll see minnows, bluegill, shiners and baby bass darting about. There is no doubt Headwaters is buzzing with life and quality bass are plentiful.

Headwaters is not the same. The special charm is gone, brushed away by an armada of bass boats and more challenging fishing due to increased pressure. But Headwaters is still an elite fishery, well worth a visit. I’ll be back, maybe not every weekend, but I’ll be back.

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Big Redfish & Black Drum
February 19, 2024

Big Redfish & Black Drum

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It’s been another good week of fishing here along the Space Coast. Big redfish and big black drum have been highlighting our anglers’ catches this week. Most of the fish we’ve been chasing are in the upper Indian River right now. There has been plenty of bait including shrimp, crabs and silver perch in this area, and the predators are keyed in on them.

As we move into the month of March the red fishing should only get better. Please take a look at our website to see our available dates, what we provide for you on our charters, and what types of fish we target throughout the year. We also have a discounted monthly fishing package that may be exactly what you’re looking for-known as our “frequent angler program.” If you have any questions please feel free to contact us any time via email or phone (321-505-8217) and we will try to answer any questions you may have.

Let’s go catch your next memory!

by Capt. Jim Ross
Fine Line Fishing Charters | (321) 636-3728

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No Strikers, but Decent Fishing Otherwise
February 19, 2024

No Strikers, but Decent Fishing Otherwise

tripletail

Wasn’t the best weather this week but had a few days we were able to squeeze offshore. We couldn’t find any kings or other strike style fish but managed a decent pic of lane snappers and a few triggers. It kept us busy for a day at least, lol.

We did manage a pile of cobia! All shorts though. We gotta let them grow up! I say, release them all for a year and let ’em grow and make babies for our future.

big red

Looks like another week of weather that will keep us landlocked for the most part. Good luck and I can’t wait till I can start telling you how nice the weather and fishing is!

Till then stay safe and have fun.

by Capt. Chris Cameron
Fired Up Charters | (407) 222-3573

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LOCAL EVENTS

Demo Day

Feb 10

FSFA South Chapter Meeting

Feb 13

FSFA The FSFA South Chapter meeting is Tuesday, Feb 13, at Front Street Civic Center, Melbourne (2205 Front Street, in Melbourne, next to the Front Street boat ramps, across from Harry Goode’s). Social time starts at 6:30. Meeting starts at 7:00. Capt. Glyn Austin will be talking tactics for inshore and nearshore spring time fishing.

Sandspike Shooter

March 23-24

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SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY!

Don’t forget, if you’ve been fishing, we’d love to hear from you!

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