March 18, 2021 | by Steve Beare
March will bring warmer weather and that will bring water temperatures up. In the early mornings, when the temps are cooler, look for Redfish in the deeper holes and along deep water docks. As the day warms up, Redfish will make their way onto the flats. If the water temps stay the same, we should continue to see good SeaTrout bites don’t drop too much more. Snook will be active in the FP Turning Basin, the Bridges and up along the docks in Vero. The bridges should also be holding Snapper, Black Drum and Sheephead. The Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish and Jack Crevalles are stilling following schools of bait in the inlet. Find the bait schools and you will have a successful day. Pompano continue to give early morning risers steady action along the beach.
March generally is when we start to see bigger Dolphin and Cobia. Wahoo, Sailfish and Blackfin Tuna are still hanging around and the Blackfin this year have been chunky. Wahoo have been hit or miss lately but there have been some big Kingfish in 30′-80′ range.