By Greg Rapp April is typically a better month than March and this March was the best we have ever seen. The perfect storm for phenomenal fishing is happening and those who are not scared to get out and take advantage of fresh salt air and vitamin D will be rewarded.
We can expect a very good mahi run this year. The bait has pushed in and a lot of nice fish will be on this side of the Gulf Stream because of the long stretch of very calm sea conditions we have had. Sailfish a
Happy New Year everyone! We will still have all the great fishing opportunities this month as we did in December so please refer back to the December report at www.thebeachsideresident.comand select (The Holiday Issue) for that information. The only thing different from last month is that groupers are closed off until May. I know everyone is setting goals for the New Year and I bet catching their first sailfish is a goal for many anglers. January is a great time to target sai
Inshore Fishing Inshore remains the best bet! What a crazy few weeks we have had! Cold and windy to hot and calm, the weather just can’t seem to make up its mind! Regardless, the nearshore fishing has been very slow, with water temps in the high 50’s to low 60’s, there hasn’t been much bait or predators. There have been a few sheepshead and pompano, which seem to like the cooler temps. With this being said, the inshore redfish and trout bite really can’t be beat. Some days we