Friday, March 20, 2020

Fishing Reports Florida East Coast Surf Fishing for Week of 3-20-2020

Fishing Reports Florida East Coast Surf Fishing for Week of 3-20-2020

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Whiting, Sheepshead, Pompano, Permit, Black Drum, Saltwater Catfish are some of the catches of the week. With the weirdness abiding, many of our surf fishing beach access spots have been compromised. Closures from Key West, Miami area, Palm Coast, Brevard County (Parking Areas Closed), New Smyrna (Car Ramps to Beach Closed), Jacksonville (some beaches closed), Jetty Park is closed, Sebastian Inlet is only open from 8am to 5pm, so check before you go out. These closings happen and change daily. Better to know ahead before venturing out for some fishing.

Sebastian Inlet District has postponed it's fishing reports for the time being:

🐟🎣 Sebastian Inlet Weekly Fishing Report: Temporary Hiatus

🎣🐟 Important Notice: Sebastian Inlet State Park Closures
3/19/2020 Update from Park Officials: Beginning Friday, March 20th, Sebastian Inlet State Park’s operating hours will be 8:00 am to 5:00 pm until further notice. Due to overcrowding, gates may close earlier to adhere to CDC guidelines and allow for social distancing. Thank you for your understanding during this national emergency.

🐟 White's Tackle🎣 Fishing Report 3-19-2020 "Good Morning, Offshore yesterday there where a few dolphin and cobia reported the dolphin where in 120 to 160ft with a few sails mixed in. The cobia have been free swimming on the beach and in 50 to 60ft have a jig or a live bait ready to toss if you see one. The bottom fishing has been steady in 60 to 80ft with some nice mangroves on both live and dead bait. Inshore the snook bite has been good around the bridges and jetty on jigs on the outgoing tide . The trout and red bite has been good one day and slow the next bear Point has had a few nice fish and to the north around Harbor Branch. Todays weather info" 

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Palm Beach Post πŸŽ£ South Florida Weekly Fishing Report 🐟 - March 19, 2020 Inshore fishing: "Along the beaches in Jupiter there has been good action on pompano, as well as whiting and croaker. Though the ‘go-to’ bait right now is sand fleas, they have been very hard to find. Instead try fish bites, fresh, live, cut up shrimp or clams.
Up in the Loxahatchee River there have also been some pompano caught as well as some nice-size jack crevalle and good numbers of black drum. They are all being taken on cut shrimp"

🎣 Jacksonville Fishing Report 🐟: Please fish responsibly "In this week’s Jacksonville Fishing Report, we advise anglers to follow guidelines to help slow the spread of the coronavirus while fishing.
I am in no way suggesting the end days are here. But ever since the coronavirus outbreak triggered people going into grocery shopping like they are, my hunting and fishing endeavors are paying handsome dividends.
As I walked through Publix earlier this week, I zipped right by the meat aisle, which had been ransacked of everything except a few packages of pig ears. My garage freezer is full of game, and I hardly ever buy meat from the store anyway.
You should have heard me cussing moments earlier in the produce section , which didn’t even have an onion left. I picked the wrong year to skip planting a winter crop in my garden."

Daytona News Journal πŸŽ£ Fishing Report 🐟: Warmer weather sparks more catches "PONCE INLET, HALIFAX RIVER: Capt. Fred Robert ( catches a little of everything around the inlet but recently boated a big bluefish. Caruthers has been fishing around the inlet an nearby river waters. “Sheepshead are still around along with flounder, redfish and snook,” he said. “We are seeing some tarpon on my way out of the inlet each morning.” Lytwyn said sheepshead, black drum and redfish are biting up and down the river. “Sheepshead activity is still strong,” he said."

🐟 Cocoa Beach 🎣 3-19-2020
High Tide 5:14am 5:27pm
Low Tide 11:24am 11:46pm
Sunrise 7:25am
Sunset 7:33pm
Wind SE11
Beach Cams Florida's East Coast

🐟 ST AUGUSTINE FISHING REPORT | Spring has sprung 🎣 "Surf fishing should really pick up this week. There’s good news and bad news there. The good news is the pompano will show up in big numbers this week as surf temperatures eclipse the holy grail of 68 degrees.
It was already 70 degrees at the Flagler Pier yesterday. The bad news will likely be that this run of uncommonly hot weather will make the window of comfort for the pompano very small. That means the surf temps will go from just under the 68 degree mark (recorded Thursday here) to way over that in a matter of a week or so. And that will likely mean a very short stay by the pompano before they follow the cooler water north. The beaches south of the inlet should get the first action. The next week the fish will likely have jumped the inlet and Vilano and South Ponte Vedra Beaches will be better. But this is fishing, not science so be be ready."

🐟 Weekend Fishing Outlook (3/20-3/22/2020) Juno Bait 🎣 "SURF/PIER-  Pompano reports were very good this week along the beach.  Decent pompano catches coming from just north of the Juno Beach Pier all the way up to Hobe Sound.  Sand fleas, clams, and Fishbites are all producing good numbers of pompano.  Best bite will be lowlight periods of the day and also at the end of the hightide.  The Juno Beach Pier has had a very good croaker bite this week, with fresh shrimp being the bait of choice.  The Jupiter Inlet has been hot this week with a solid pompano bite on Doc's Goofy Jigs, as well as a few snook beginning to show up.  The snook were quick to jump on freelined live croakers. "

🐟 March 20 fishing report from Byron Stout 🎣  "SANIBEL: Anglers still are allowed to fish along Wildlife Drive (closed Fridays,  open Saturday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.) although the visitor center is closed until further notice in the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Check for changes online."

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