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27° 28' 17.112" N, 80° 16' 4.188" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Fish Tales Charters - Charlie Conner
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September 12, 2014
Inshore: The weather has continued to be hot, but nice fishing conditions on the river this past week. Afternoon storms will be the norm for a while as we continue the transition into fall weather patterns. The mullet run is in full swing around the area and the fish are hungry to feast on the bounty. The bit has been good for us this week and it should continue the rest of the month for us. I was out with Capt. Adam White this week for a scouting trip. We found that the best bite was on the incoming tide on the grass flats. The trout were hungry for top water lures and CAL shad tails. It was good to see the trout bite picking up with all the bait in the river. Adam even boated a slot redfish to top off our day. I helped out with the September Treasure Coast Caster's Tournament this week. Dylora Kohler and Tyler Bostic on the boat for the tournament. Both caught a good number of fish. Tyler checked in with two mangrove snapper and a Spanish mackerel. Dylora came in with a redfish, two trout, a mangrove snapper and a Spanish mackerel. Dylora took first place in the high school division and Tyler came in second in the middle school division. Congratulations to all the Casters on a successful fishing day! It's been fun this week. Lots of jacks and ladyfish all over the area to keep anglers busy. Spanish mackerel around the inlet that will hit anything small and shiny. Lots of snapper around structure. A good trout bite on DOA lures, top water and live bait. Snook fishing has been good at night with the full moon.The beaches have held tarpon, snook, jacks and other predators feeding on the mullet schools along the surf. September is always an exciting month to enjoy the fishing along the Treasure Coast! As always, remember, fishing is not just another hobby....it's an ADVENTURE!! Good Fishing and Be Safe, Captain Charlie Conner www.fishtalescharter.com email: captaincharlie@fishtalescharter.com 772-284-3852
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Fishing Report Provided by Fish Tales Charters - Charlie Conner
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
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Fishing Report
September 3, 2014
September is always an exciting month to fish along the Treasure Coast. Anglers eagerly await the arrival of the annual fall mullet run. The beaches and rivers will be filled with mullet and you can find lots of predators following the bait this month. Look for tarpon, snook, jacks, bluefish and many other species feeding on the mullet this month. Top water and suspending lures work fantastic in September. Try a DOA Baitbuster or Big Fish lure while fishing around the large schools of mullet. It's a great time of year to fish early mornings along the beach. The fish will be cornering the bait along the surf and action can be fun and exciting. Snook season opens again on September 1st. Anglers have been patiently awaiting the chance at keeping a slot fish for dinner. A few things to keep in mind while you are anxiously getting ready for the start of the season are making sure your license and snook permit are not outdated. Know the slot size, which is 28” – 32” and a one fish per day limit. Check your rods, reels and fishing line. Don’t lose that keeper fish because of something that you could have avoided by a little preparation. Remember that there will be lots of anglers heading out the first several days of the season. Have fun and be safe! You will be able to find some redfish schools this month as they gather up to head out to the ocean. Look around the shallow sandy flats for them to be feeding. DOA shrimp or CAL jerk baits can coax them into biting. Trout will continue to bite around the usual flats like, Bear Point, Harbor Branch and Round Island. Deadly Combos fished on the edges of the bait schools will find some action with trout and other species. Snapper can be found along channel edges and around structure. Sheephead, drum and snapper can be caught on the catwalks of the bridges. Live or dead shrimp will find these fish. September Tip: Fish the bait schools! It's easy to spot the bait this time of year. If you don't find bait around your favorite fishing spot, you will most likely not find many fish there. Move around if you need to in order to find active bait. Fish love this time of year and they are out there gorging themselves on the bait in anticipation of the coming winter months. Try a CAL Airhead or DOA Bait Buster around the mullet schools. Early mornings can be exciting on the flats. You can find big fish in shallow water around the bait pods. It has been a long hot summer and finally temperatures will begin to mellow out and water temps will get back to normal. It's a great time of year to be fishing! Remember, fishing is not just another hobby....it's an ADVENTURE! Good Fishing and be Safe, Captain Charlie Conner www.fishtalescharter.com captaincharlie@fishtalescharter.com 772-284-3852
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