Weekly fishing Forecast by Local Lines Charters.com for May 4th, 2015.. Last week was an interesting one. I did a little traveling for family, did a bit of protesting (Port Cargo Rail earthen causeway), and managed to crank out some great charters. The bait is super thick so we spent a lot of time with live mullet in the water. Lots of smaller trout, and a few missed solid ones. Plenty of aggressive reds to fill the time though! The front that pushed through late week made for a bit later of a bite on sat.
This week’s forecast:
In-shore Every lagoon predator is going bonkers for the bait right now, so fish accordingly. Topwaters, Slayer Inc. SST’s, and mullet imitating hard baits will get you the hits. Live mullet freelined are also paying well for anglers willing to sit in a “fishy” location. A 3/0 circle hook in the tail of your mullet will usher it to swim away. The night trout bite on topwater will be epic as we are on the days just past the full moon. They should have spawned hard even with the funky little front we had this weekend and be very hungry. I like to practice catch and release on all trout over 20 inches year round, but highly recommend it during the spawning months. Let them big girls make more. The redfish will get really aggressive when large amounts of bait are present. Though it looks to be windy in the beginning of the week the weekend seems to subside. That moon will be big at night through the weekend.
Wind, wind, wind.. as soon as the sea’s cooperate the tripletail show be chewing. This weekend looks to be your best bet. Look for fish on the buoys, floatsam, and weeds. Though we didn’t have much of a cobia season this year you never know when one will pop up. Some solid tarpon action was just beginning to heat up before the blow, so they should be ready for us too! Check out the Kayak Shark Fishing Video we put out HERE.
Open Dates this week: 5-06(Wed.), 5-9(Sat.) Plus have plenty of evening openings.
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