December 20, 2020 | by Steve Beare
December has brought us some cooler weather and less rain. This has helped clean the water up a bit in the Lagoon, leading to more sight fishing opportunities. Redfish continue to on the flats near Round Island. Seatrout are also being caught along spoil islands and shorelines. There have been good numbers of Snook around, but as the water temps drops they become a little more lathargic. Beaches continue to produce Pompano, Whiting, Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel.
The Tarpon and big Jack Crevalles continue to be found both North and South of the Inlet with many reports of fish being from the Boils north to the FPI.
Sailfish activity from FPI to Riomar has picked up considerably, with reports of double digit days with Dolphin (Mahi) mixed in. Weather and Winds are starting to pick up making days offshore few and farther between.