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WEEKLY FORECAST

4.2.2024 – 4.8.2024

CENTRAL FLORIDA’S BEST FISHING REPORT

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WEATHER & CONDITIONS

BITE OPPORTUNITY INDEX

OFFSHORE

6.3

INSHORE

7.0

SURF

7.5

FRESHWATER

7.7
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WEATHER OVERVIEW: It appears we are in for a breezy week ahead with another short cool down as well. Tuesday looks pretty good with lower winds out of the S. Wednesday the wind shifts out of the SW and picks up considerably. It’s projecting a 90% chance of thunderstorms as well. Both Tuesday and Wednesday high temperatures will creep into the upper 80’s. Thursday and Friday the wind will shift out of the NW and we should feel the cool down starting. The wind will still be a little high to get offshore but nearshore, the inlets and the beach should be okay. Friday is when it starts to get nice, projecting sunny skies that will continue into Saturday. Saturday the wind is projected out of the N and Sunday it’s projected to be out of the NE. Both days look nice and will bring the lowest temperatures this week with our high temperatures being in the low to mid 70’s.

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LATEST Reports

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Challenging But Productive Sight Fishing
April 11, 2024

Challenging But Productive Sight Fishing

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This past week has been a little on the breezy side making it a little challenging on the sight fishing but challenge expected. We have been doing well on redfish, snook and trout and it looks as though the weather is going to continue through this week so I do not see the bite changing. The bait has worked its way from the creeks out to the shallows and the redfish and trout have followed. The snook are still hanging in the deeper water around structure throughout the New Smyrna Beach waters. Live shrimp, cut bait and finger mullet have been working well along with a variety of artificials. The extended forecast looks good coming into next week which will only increase the bite.

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

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Lake Baldwin (Orlando)
April 8, 2024

Lake Baldwin (Orlando)

KAYAK FISHING REPORT

Lake Baldwin

Lake Baldwin

Happy Monday Spacefish!

Last week I had a chance to get over to Orlando and fish another lake in the urban jungle that I have never fished before – Lake Baldwin. This lake is located on the NE side of town, which makes it an easy commute from the Space Coast, roughly an hour from Melbourne, so if you are a north end of Brevard person this lake is roughly 40ish minutes away, which depending on the times of day, make it more conveniently located than other places for Bass fishing. I was excited to go check this lake out, as over the last year this is the 7th different Orlando location I have covered on Spacefish. One thing I like about the Orlando lakes is the fisheries are all a little bit different, and compared to the St. John’s River lakes, Headwaters/Stick Marsh, and Fox Lake, it is interesting to fish in an urban area.

Where to Launch

I launched my kayak from Lake Baldwin Park, located at 2000 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789. This is a really nice park, and also holds a single lane boat ramp, as well as nice restroom facilities and picnic tables. When I talk about launch spots, sometimes I ask myself why I provide commentary on the parks and places I launch from, for those that know me well on a personal level I sometimes talk just to talk, I do love to talk. However, on this trip the forecast looked sketchy and I always bring a backpack full of clean clothes and deoderant so if I ever get pouring rain, like I did on this trip, I can change into clean clothes afterwards. My hour drive home was much more pleasant from having the ability, and the facilities to get cleaned up and changed in afterwards.

Fishing Report

Lake Baldwin is almost a perfectly symmetrical circle, there are some deep holes throughout the lake. There is a lot of eel grass under the surface, and some lotus pads in patches along the shorelines, and there are reeds along the banks of the lake. I was able to catch a handful of fish in the lotus pads, but most of the fish caught were in hanging out in the eel grass and the magic number for water depth seemed to be around 4 or 5 feet. I didn’t have a crazy good day in terms of the total number of fish, but a big part of this was weather. I was on the water at daybreak, but the wind picked up early, and it drizzled off and on all morning, but the rain and wind really picked up later in the morning, I caught a nice fish in the 5-6 pound range but was having so much trouble with on the water navigation and poor visibility in the heavy rain I ended up getting out of it and letting it pass over, once the bigger rain band passed through the sun came back out and but the wind was still a little on the stiffer side, but I was able to get back out and catch 7 fish in the 2 hours after the rain, I caught 6 fish before I was driven off the water. All in all, I was there for roughly 6 hours, but in terms of actively casting and retrieving it was more like 3-4 hours of actual fishing. After the rain cleared up I had another chance to catch a quality fish, but ended up getting taken down into the eel grass and the fish came unbuttoned. Also, pictured below is an area that was my biggest hotspot of the day, it featured a depth contour where shallow 1-2 feet quickly dropped off to 4-5-6 feet within one cast’s distance, I was able to catch roughly half of my fish in this one spot, think the wind blowing water around this point of the reeds also contributed to the hot bite at this spot as well.

Nice Bass Came Off in the Eel Grass

Nice Bass Came Off in the Eel Grass

Lake Baldwin Hotspot - Water Wrapping around a Point

Lake Baldwin Hotspot - Water Wrapping around a Point

What Worked – Topwater

The morning conditions were perfect for the topwater frog, overcast skies, intermittent rain, and choppy surface due to wind. I fished the Hendrix Voodoo Frog in OG Green, I used the popping version so that I could make the bait chug and splash and cause more surface disturbance than usual. I also threw around a topwater, walk the dog style plug and caught 2 very small dinks, but I was not able to effectively work this bait in the choppier water, or in areas where the lotus pads were thick, or in areas where the eel grass was topped out to the surface. I ended up catch 3 total fish on the Hendrix Voodoo Frog.

Lake Baldwin Largemouth - Hendrix Voodoo Frog

Lake Baldwin Largemouth - Hendrix Voodoo Frog

Lake Baldwin Bucket Mouth - Hendrix Voodoo Frog

Lake Baldwin Bucket Mouth - Hendrix Voodoo Frog

What Worked – Swimbait

The Fish, or Die Minutemen in Bugle has been a good swimbait profile, and color for me for the last few months. The color is like a Green Pumpkin with Purple Flake, but due to the windy conditions, combined with rain and largely overcast skies, I added a little twist with a gold underspin to add a little extra flash and vibration to get more fish keyed in on the bait. I was able to catch 4 fish on the combination with 2 solid chunks coming on this presentation. The key was finding areas where thick, topped out eel grass gave way to a ledge or drop off, the fish seemed to be keyed in on ambushing smaller baitfish on the drop offs from 2ish feet of water to 5ish feet of water, so I was casting up into the shallows and retrieving this bait into deeper water.

Fish, or Die Minutemen with a Gold Underspin

Fish, or Die Minutemen with a Gold Underspin

What Worked – Speedworm

Of course this would not be a proper Bass fishing report if I didn’t talk about speedworms, I made some tweaks and adjustments here as well…just kidding I threw the ole faithful – Zoom Junebug Red, on a 3/16 oz Texas Rigged Tungsten, pegged at the hook. I caught 4 fish, all on the smaller side, all around the lotus pads. So nothing to brag about, but this is Florida, the speedworm is always tied on, and the speedworm almost always produces something.

Speedworm in the Lotus Pads

Speedworm in the Lotus Pads

Ok, so first off, it was a fantastic morning for topwater. In the first hour or so of daylight I caught 4 different species of fish, and one human finger, and ended up catching 9 total fish, in the world of artificials, that’s about as good as it gets as far as action goes. So as far as the “good”, this is my good. None of the fish were of trophy size, but man, it is fun when the fish are hitting topwater and you can go out and have a numbers day on top. The picture at the beginning of this section was my last topwatwer fish of the morning, a fun sized Sea Trout, and here below is my first Snook, and the one that also led to the bad and ugly.

Conclusion

It was kind of a wacky day for me with the weather, but it was a good day of fishing nonetheless. I caught a nice quality 5-6 pounder on the frog, and a dozen other fish to keep the numbers up and make it a fun outing. My only regret was catching my biggest Bass of 2024 in the driving rain, and instead of taking my phone out, relied on my GoPro for images, and they came out kind of crappy, but hey that’s life (and fishing) and the cold hard truth is, without the heavy rain, that fish probably sees in the the calm clean (clear) water that Lake Baldwin is known for, that this is an artificial and would stay away from it due to being in that lake for years and probably having a hundred topwater frogs thrown at it before. So the rain giveth, but it also taketh away.

kayaks by bo Thank you for taking the time to read my kayak report this week – I’d like to thank Kayaks by Bo for being our paddle partner on our weekly adventures. If you are wanting to go test drive a new potential kayak, make sure you check out Kayaks By Bo in Titusville, the only place you can try before you buy!

I hope everyone has a fantastic week! Stay safe, be happy, and catch lots of fish! Until next time…

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by Knox Robinson
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Space Coast Surf Fishing Rockets Upwards
April 8, 2024

Space Coast Surf Fishing Rockets Upwards

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April hasn’t disappointed for surf fishing enthusiasts along the Space Coast! Due in part to the much awaited spring pompano run that hit our coasts with a sonic boom of a bang. Large pompano ranging from 3-4 pounds were consistently landed on local area beaches. Everywhere in Brevard county continues to experience spurts of this spring run, from Sebastian Inlet to Cape Canaveral. Spring weather blessed us with a crisp essence of cool breezes and pompano. This was essentially rejoiced by all as the final transition into the dog days of summer take effect.

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In other headlines, big bull whiting came out to play in March and April and that’s a trend we should see persist throughout April. Look for whiting to concentrate on outflows and drop offs along the beach. These signature areas can be identified by distinguishing the confused looking surfaces slapping against each other in an unorganized manner. Surf fishing rigs with small hooks accompanied by beads and tipped with Fishbites and shrimp have the best results. Subsequently, pompano typically concentrate in similar areas so be ready with multiple rods to target these hot zones!

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Record blue fish blitzing continues late into this 2024 surf fishing season. The sheer size of the bluefish this year is something worth taking note of. In my 30 plus years of surf fishing the Space Coast, I have yet to see such a run. Not only in size and numbers, but the water temperatures seem to have slightly deteriorated the bite. Meaning the onslaught of blue has been consistent, large and with no end in sight. The best way to target bluefish in the surf is using fresh cut bait, rigged on a pompano rig with chartreuse floats.

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Shark fishing takes charge! Leading into the great fishing we’re experiencing in April didn’t come without the apex predators of them all. Sharks infiltrated area beaches with high numbers and tenacity. Pompano and whiting were quickly shredded from lines if one wasn’t quick enough to retrieve these fish species. Blacktip sharks, lemon sharks and hammerhead sharks rounded off the top shark species caught in March and April. Look for this to continue. Fresh cut bait did the trick and outfished the live baits proportionally. Get in on this hot action if you’re looking to hook into a trophy.

Lastly, look for the months of April and May as a time of year where you can expect to see a different cast of characters appear. Snook and flounder will be perusing the first and second troughs searching for baitfish and crustaceans. Late April and May is one of the best times of year to target flounder in the surf. Using swimbaits, soft plastics and diving plugs to work the shorelines with light tackle spinning rods. This method of surf fishing is not only productive, but highly engaging as you cast repeatedly and walk the stretches of shoreline.

by Capt. Lukas Brickweg
Cocoa Beach Surf Fishing Charters | (321) 205-4672

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Water Temps Remain Cooler Than Usual
April 8, 2024

Water Temps Remain Cooler Than Usual

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Butters with a sizeable snook he caught at the inlet

Good morning, all you Sebastian Inlet fishing fanatics. Happy ‘Solar Monday’ to you all! Unfortunately, this is going to be another short report, as it was a slow weekend at the fishing hole, largely due to the chilly and sandy/silted water. Temperatures remain at 71 degrees along the east coast from Canaveral to Wabasso, where it should be in the 75-76 degree range for this time of year. There is also an absence of any bait fish.

Last week began with a good pompano bite on the north side. Monday and Tuesday, anglers were catching quite a few from the north jetty and the beaches just north of the jetty — sand fleas were the bait of choice. On Wednesday, fishing went downhill, with not much being caught on either side. Some bluefish and Spanish mackerel were caught at the jetty tip on silver spoons and small white jigs on the tide changes, but that was pretty much it through the entire weekend. Sunday saw a couple nice snook caught on the early morning incoming tide on live shrimp and mojarras. South side has been a hit-or-miss due to dirtier water flowing out of the inlet, pushed by NNW-WNW winds. The winds churn the intercoastal waters, send it out of the inlet, then back in on the incoming tide. That scenario makes it tough for the water to clean up enough for the fish to want to bite.

Small bluefish and jack crevalle at the tip on the outgoing, and catfish were all that were being caught. The water over here was too dirty for the pompano. Incoming tide early, and late evening produced a few snook on live baits, but most were under the 28 inch minimum to be harvested. But there were a couple slots caught. The remaining inlet spots were slow, unless you were in a boat drifting the inlet channel catching big jacks and leftover monster bluefish.

Unfortunately, folks, that’s all I have for this week, courtesy of the weird weather again. One day soon, normal Florida weather will return and hopefully the fishing will pick back up. Enjoy your day everyone! And be safe.

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

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Topwater Action
April 8, 2024

Topwater Action

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The topwater bite has been amazing lately! I’ve been having great success throwing Heddon Super Spook Jr’s (a 3.5″ topwater which I rigged with single inline hooks) around structure with plenty of bait present. I’ve been catching big reds and big snook with some large jacks thrown in the mix.

If topwater isn’t your thing, I’ve also been having success skipping 3.5″ paddle tails and 5″ jerk shads up in mangrove packets. Trout can also be found in abundance on flats holding bait as well as along the drop offs near mangroves.

by John Page
JP Kayak Fishing and Tours | (321) 345-8388

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Great Week to Be a Fisherman
April 7, 2024

Great Week to Be a Fisherman

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Another week has passed, and it seems the fish enjoyed the splendid weather just as much as we enjoyed catching them! The only downside was the arrival of those uninvited catfish… They seem to always crash the party, even though nobody invites them. Despite these unwanted guests, the fishing was quite good, with many catching sizable pompano and whiting! Additionally, we received a decent number of reports about the less common sheepshead and flounder being caught off the surf. Overall, it was a successful week of fishing.

Looking ahead, we’ll be facing the challenge of southeast winds for most of the week, resulting in a choppy surf, especially on Wednesday and Thursday. Unfortunately, this means the water will likely turn that milky brown color once again. Although I’m no scientist, perhaps the upcoming solar eclipse will somehow convince the fish they’re extremely hungry, leading them to search more aggressively for our baits.

Over the past week, live sand fleas and pieces of shrimp emerged as the top baits, outperforming the clams that had been effective in previous weeks. Even better, the sand fleas made their way to the beaches of Cocoa Beach and Cape Canaveral for some sunbathing. This is a positive sign, as the fish often follow the fleas.

The standard pompano rig, equipped with pink and chartreuse floats, seemed to attract more bites. Pairing sand fleas and shrimp with electric chicken Fishbites turned out to be an excellent idea. There’s something about the combination of pink and green that really entices the fish!

As mentioned last week, shark fishing is expected to improve further as the water continues to warm up. Keep an eye out for our custom shark rigs and the new pompano rigs we’ve started producing. We will be handcrafting the most effective color combinations for pompano rigs on a weekly basis, and the only way to discover them is to visit us in person. Tight lines, everyone—see you next week!

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

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Good Week Fishing Inshore
April 7, 2024

Good Week Fishing Inshore

Jason with a decent sized goliath grouper in the inlet.

Jason with a decent sized goliath grouper in the inlet.

It was a good week fishing inshore and the wind was down during the week allowing us to get off the beach to fish but the bait was scarce and the fishing was slow. Inshore the bite is getting better if you can find clean water and some areas that are holding bait. We were able to catch some decent snook and trout and plenty of jacks. Once the fronts come through the bite slows in the lagoon as high pressure moves in. Still plenty of bluefish, some mackerel and ladyfish in the lagoon to have a bunch of fun with.

Morgen with a big jack in the inlet

Morgen with a big jack in the inlet

The Inlet bite has been pretty slow for snook and a few reds but the jacks have been very active. Snapper, sheepshead and a few pompano around the rockpiles in the inlet have been eating live shrimp and fiddler crabs. Another good week of weather and the bite should improve some more as long as the winds stay down and the bait is present.

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

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Headwaters Bass Report
April 7, 2024

Headwaters Bass Report

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The S Canal was clear at 2pm today. Top baits this week for me were the Zman Jackhammers, Bass Assassin RSB worms, River2Sea Whopper Ploppers and the Mike Bucca 7” Trick Shad Bone color.

When fishing the Bass Assassin RSB worms I’m fishing them on 22lb fluro or a Fluro leader with a 6/0 EWG hook with an 1/8th oz weight. The best colors for me were the Gooseberry or Green Pumpkin. The wind blown points around bullrush or cuts have produced well.

I’m fishing the half ounce green pumpkin or golden shiner Jackhammers in areas with scattered hydrilla and in ditches. I use a 4.5” Hogfarmer Spunk Shad in green pumpkin magic or TN Shad. Fishing these on flats with scattered hydrilla or along ditches with hydrilla lines. I’m fishing the Whopper Ploppers 110 size in these same areas in bone or Shad colors.

The Mike Bucca Bullshad 7” Trick Shad in bone color is my go to swimbait. I’m fishing these along thick grass edges near deep sharp drops. Get on the Bullshad email mailing list so you can get the bait drop info. The only way to get the Trick Shad and Glides are go to a bait show that Bullshad attends or through the bait drops. Sign up at Bullshad.com

The live bait bite was great this week. Three dozen shiners only lasted about an hour.

Tight lines!

by Kenny Hass
Catchin' Bass Guide Service | (772) 494-7400

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Front Shouldn’t Impact Bite
April 7, 2024

Front Shouldn’t Impact Bite

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Just when I thought the fronts were finished here in the Central Florida area, there seems to be another traveling across the south this week. It doesn’t look like the temps are going to drop drastically, but it will bring some gusty conditions for a couple of days. With this front being on the minor side the bite should continue to stay strong throughout the New Smyrna Beach and Mosquito Lagoon waters. The shallow flats have been full of life with bait pods and fish milling around in and out the pot holes. They have been receptive to both artificial and live bait making for a good variety of baits to use.

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

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Bait Starting to Arrive
April 7, 2024

Bait Starting to Arrive

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With the warmer water and Mullett school starting to arrive the top order bite is turning on as well as a few tarpon are starting to show up here and there. With highs in the mid 80s over the next week look for the Mullett run to really get going in full effect. There have been rays along the beach with a few Cobia mixed in.

by Capt. Mike Mann
Fat Fish Guide Service | (386) 295-5991

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NOAA Fisheries Announces Several Season Changes
April 7, 2024

NOAA Fisheries Announces Several Season Changes

1. The 2024 recreational fishing season for gag grouper in federal waters of the South Atlantic will start at 12:01 a.m., (local time), on May 1, 2024, and end at 12:01 a.m., (local time) on June 15, 2024.

2, The recreational season for blueline tilefish in federal waters of the South Atlantic will open at 12:01 a.m., local time, on May 1, 2024, and close at 12:01 a.m., local time, on July 19, 2024.

3. The 2024-2025 recreational fishing season for black sea bass in federal waters of the South Atlantic, south of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina (35°15.19′ N. latitude), will start on April 1, 2024, and end on March 31, 2025.

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“That’s Fishing”
April 2, 2024

“That’s Fishing”

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The past week is one of those anomalies that can only be chalked up to the phrase “That’s Fishing.” The weather was downright horrible for much of the first portion of the week with strong north winds and even some rain passing through on Thursday. The bite, however, was really good which was a complete opposite from the not so good weather conditions. By Friday the weather got much better, but the fishing did slow a little bit. By Monday the weather was absolutely beautiful, but the fishing was horrible during the morning. We got a nice trout on our very first cast and I thought to myself, “Awesome! Today’s going to be a good day.”

I sure jumped the gun on that one. We didn’t catch another fish for two hours! Sometimes I just don’t understand why the bite is inversely proportional to the weather. It just makes no sense to me.

Here’s what I’ve been rigging up with the past few trips. Live shrimp on a 1/8 to 1/4 ounce jig head. That’s really all you need when targeting speckled trout, sheepshead, redfish, whiting, or snook in the shoreline mangrove trees. These fish are generally very user friendly as long as they don’t know you’re there. Once they figure it out, the bite becomes much harder to obtain. Look for areas with glass minnows or mullet to hold fish.

The flats are showing an incredible amount of promise this spring. Actual sea grass — not just caulerpa algae — is popping up in the shallows of this body of water. This should excite every backwater angler who likes to target big trout, redfish, and snook. The grass holds bait and provides a place for these predators to ambush their prey. Captain Justin and I each have a few days to try to get you out to chase these fish over the next few weeks. Please give us a call at 321-505-8217 or book on our website reservations page at Fineline Fishing Charters. Let’s go catch your next memory!

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

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