Plenty of action
Oktober 29, 2018 Jensen Beach 3 Fotos & 2 Videos
Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)
Goldmakrele (Mahi Mahi)
Tuna (Bluefin)
King Mackerel (Kingfish)

Beschreibung des Ausflugs

All in one week! Fishing is insane right now with no shortage of action in the sea! Doesn’t matter if you just want a great fight from a veriaty of species, or dial in for the trophies, they are all right in our back yard. No need for hours of running into the deep blue! Find the fishy sections and get ready. Our main bites we were targeting for were all the big name palagics: mahi, sails, tuna, kings, and even plenty of cobia! They are all here waiting to be taken advantage of. Live bait has been great and thankfully pretty easy to load up on. Biggest suggestion is find the birds and/or the explosions of the tuna and Bonita. Stay around there and you should find a verity of species. If you are trolling, don’t be scared to send a white (or your favorite color for fishing) jigs all the way back. This will most likely keep you busy all day with little tunas. This big fish have been taking down our sardines, even though I have been hearing people getting plenty of action on finger mullet. BIG RULE FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR, if the bite isn’t happening as good as it looks, drop the leader size to a smaller test as well as possibly switching to smaller hooks. Inshore is still on fire as well. The cold weather will have all the big girls in our favorite deep holes. Put in the time and take side notes on where bait are crashing, always keep and eye out for the tarpon blowing up. My favorite trips for inshore has been night fishing. Pretty obvious why once you get out there. Not much traffic and A LOT of hungry fish.
Jesse Berry
Jensen-beach, Florida, United States
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