Inshore:
 February has been a warm month with some record highs in many areas of the Treasure Coast.  It has been a mild winter so far and Spring is almost here already.  Water temperatures are in the low to mid seventies and the fish have been biting.  Windy conditions are the norm this time of year so plan your fishing accordingly.  Look for the rest of February to continue with these conditions. 
 Variety has provided us with some awesome days lately.  I guess the best bite has been sheepshead which is typical this month.  John, Wayne and Carroll were out with me this past week and found them cooperating.  The guys caught over thirty sheepshead and most of them in one spot.  Tim and Emily were out with me also and found a good assortment of fish in spite of the winds picking up that afternoon.  Some nice drum along with sheepshead, lots of bluefish & mackerel and many other fish to make for a fun fishing day.  Lillian, Mary and my wife, Eva, joined me for a quick morning trip.  Again the variety makes for some fun fishing.  The croaker bite has picked up with some nice sized fish out there.  Great eating and they give a good fight. 
 Look for structure to be very productive this month.  Sheepshead, drum, snapper and lots of other fish can be found around bridges, docks and channel edges.  Bluefish, jacks and mackerel will be coming in with the tides and chasing bait.  Tim and Emily caught lots of them on bare jig heads.  Snook have been biting around the jetties, bridges and sea walls this week.  Our trout have been in deep cuts this week.  Redfish are hanging around mangroves and docks.  The pompano are still in the river on the grass flats in three to five feet of water.  Enjoy the fishing the rest of the month and get out soon.
 Remember, fishing is not just another hobby….it’s an ADVENTURE!
 Good Fishing,
Captain Charlie Conner
www.fishtalescharter.com
772-284-3852
captaincharlie@fishtalescharter.com

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ntaylor

Former baseball umpire, now fishing guide. Graduate of the University of Arizona.
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