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Hey everyone,

The days are getting longer, especially with the onset of Daylight savings time, and the fishing is about to break loose. The longer, warmer days are heating up the inshore and near shore waters and that is bringing in the fish. Water temps offshore at the tower hit the low 70's this week, near shore is in the low 60's and inshore is mid 60's.

Inshore: Redfish continue to bite on the flats and in the creeks. The fish are coming out of their schooling winter patterns and going into their spring patterns. A variety of baits should work now to entice a strike as the fish are getting a little more active.

A few bluefish have shown up and the numbers should continue to get better. Atlantic Bonita should arrive any day now and a few trout and flounder have been caught as well.

Offshore: The King Mackerel bite is on at the tower. Water temps reached the low 70's this week and everyone that took advantage of Fridays perfect weather limited out early and released fish the rest of the day.

Gulf Stream: The yellow fin tuna bite continues along with some Wahoo. The first Blue Marlin of the year was also reported this week.

Spring is here and it's time to go fishing!!! Give me a call and book your trip today!!!

Capt. Brent
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