November 3, 2022 Inshore Report
November has arrived, fall weather has fallen out of south Florida. It’s been warm and the fishing has been red hot for a plethora of species the past week.
Channels and flats have been teaming with big schools of jacks, mackerel, tarpon, moonfish, bluefish and sharks. Glass minnow schools have been main target for the predator fish. DOA C.A.L. curl tail jigs and live greenies have been excellent baits to get the strike. Rapala skitter walks always fun for anglers, as they witness fish explode on the surface, striking there lure.
Tarpon schools can be seen rolling on the surface, allowing anglers to cast DOA BaitBuster and live bait in there vicinity. Both side’s of the tide produce great shots at tarpon. The tarpon have been ranging in size from 10 to 60 pounds.
Snook fanatics have had fun targeting snook around sea walls, docks and bridges. Live baits, DOA Terror Eyz and Rapala skitter walks have been getting the strikes. Snook can been sight fished on the flats. Bottom of the tide, snook can be targeted laying in pot holes. Nothing beats sight casting and hooking up with a linesider.
Well that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!
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