Mullet are still thick here in the Indian River Lagoon. Snook are stacked up in the Fort Pierce inlet preying on mullet schools that pass by in the current. Dropping mullet to the bottom in roughly 25-40 foot and drifting over ledges and structure result in quality fish. Friday we made several drifts in the afternoon. The first three drifts resulted in three slot sized fish. Two of which joined us for dinner! Lots of redfish are being caught on shallow flats as well as in the inlet. Tripletail should start showing up with the cooler weather. Fishing has been good, and is expected to only get better.
This Trip's Catch
Your Professional Fishing Guide/Captain
Capt. Riley Griffith
In Business: 1 year, 10 months
Fort Pierce, often called the Sunrise City, is part of Florida’s famed Treasure Coast and one of the oldest communities on Florida’s east coast. It is home to Captain Riley Griffith and Ate-Up Charters. Captain Riley is a licensed and insured captain who has been fishing these waters for most of his life. He knows the […]