June 4, 2019 | by Steve Beare
June in Florida is well known for crazy weather patterns and so far, June is proving to be no different than in years past. While we have been dodging thunderstorms and somewhat continual rain, there is good news to report as the water clarity is good and we’ve been noticing several areas showing signs of sea grass returning to our flats. The Sea Trout bite has been on fire during the early morning sessions with top water plugs like a ZaraSpook producing the best. We’ve seen several Redfish schools in and around the flats near Round Island but they have been skittish.
The fish are here so its a great time to fish the Indian River along the Treasure Coast. For pictures of recent trips you can clink the link to your right and follow us on Instagram—->