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Mahi and Sailfish are fantastic this time of the year. Head to the Atlantic's deep waters and get the bait going. Snook are plentiful under the cover of darkness, and Pompano can be found, too.
Sailfish are here and there, but Mahi can be caught anywhere in the Atlantic's deep waters. Trout are on the chew inshore and so are Snook. Mangrove Snapper swim at depths of 60 feet.
Big Jacks, big Snook, and big expectations of Mahi Mahi offshore sums up March pretty well! The weather’s getting hotter and so is the fishing. From Vero Beach to Fort Pierce, Redfish are also biting nicely.
April offers hard-fighting Snook and Trout around mangrove shorelines. Soft bait does the trick for Redfish. Later in the month, Mahi and Blackfin Tuna can be found lurking in the Atlantic.
Kingfish trolling produces great results around the nearshore reefs, and Cobia are close behind. Head to the south jetty to cast a line for Snook and there are some-good sized Mangrove Snapper on offer, too.
Plumbing the depths around the reefs remains strong, with Snapper, Amberjacks, and Groupers all biting. Tarpon begin to rise in numbers so check out the jetties and get ready to "bow to the Silver King"!
Trolling for Mahi Mahi yields good results in the deeper waters of the Atlantic. Inshore, Snook can be spotted around the bridges. Reds and Trout swarm inshore waters, too.
It's Swordfish time! Get your best angling buddies and head out for some proper deep sea fishing to battle this species. Mahi and Wahoo fishing is also brilliant during August, so prepare for battle.
Hard-fighting Sailfish and Mahi Mahi can be caught offshore. You can also snatch up some Snapper and Grouper around the reefs, and the Kingfish bite is strong here, too.
Inshore, Reds are biting well, while the offshore waters of the Atlantic are home to hard-fighting Mahi Mahi and Sailfish. As the weather drops, Snook fishing becomes excellent.
Redfish fishing is seriously hot in November, so come see if you can hook yourself a Bull! Snook fishing in the inlets adds to the inshore action. Offshore, Sailfish are traveling south, looking to feed.
Kingfish are moving around the reefs, and the Snook bite is still solid inshore. Head offshore, and you can cast a line for Mahi Mahi and Sailfish.