Indian River Fishing Report
September 19, 2017 | by Steve Beare
September brings the annual phenomenon known as the Mullet Run to the Treasure Coast. When thousands upon thousands of Mullet invade our inshore estuaries and coastal waterways. Predators of every shape and size follow closely behind proving invigorating experiences. Unfortunately weather is the key to migrating mullet. Cooler temperatures, northerly winds and unseasonably high tides all factor into the migration. Hurricanes, much like Harvey, Irma, Jose and now the pending Maria can negatively impact the run, as can high seas and surf. These conditions will usually push the Mullet into deeper water offshore, limiting the aerobatic and unimaginable aerial displays and trophy catches the mullet run is known for. After cleaning up from Hurricane Irma we are back on the water and experiencing some incredible inshore action from Tarpon, SeaTrout and over slot Snook. The nearshore waters have proven to be to rough however those who walked the beach with live mullet were rewarded for they efforts. We still have some dates available for Sept and October so visit our reservations page and book your next adventure.