A few beautiful Northwest Florida days sandwiched by a couple of nasty rainstorms has created a mixed bag for fishing this past week. If you were lucky enough to pick a day with nice weather you were sure to find something biting! Rough surf caused for a bit of work keeping a line in the water fishing from shore, but if you could get the line to stay out Pompano and Blues are both biting.
The piers are on fire right now with a lot of different catches, and bait is plentiful.
Amberjack and Triggerfish opened today GET OUT THERE, and catch yourself a Reefdonkey!

Nearshore: Kings hitting trolling Dusters or deep diving plugs.
Bonita, and Spanish bite good. Bluefish being caught with Clarkspoons, small Bucktails, and soft plastics. Occasionally Mahi moves in close, troll for them with the YO-ZURI Highspeed Vibe.

Offshore: Amberjack and Trigger opened today. Check out this special edition Fishing Report all about catching them HERE. Vermillion bite is good along with Gag. The Mahi offshore bite is awesome, troll dusters, deep-diving lures or the highspeed vibe.

Piers: Bait at the pier is plentiful, you can catch a lot of herring to use along with a few cigar minnows. Bluefish, Spanish, Whiting, Pompano, Jackcreval, Tarpon, and Bonita are all biting. Kings are being snagged with the long cast Rapala or cigar minnows.

Surf: Bluefish being caught along with a few Pompano. Use Squid chunks, Shrimp or Sandfleas to catch them.

Inshore: Nice Trout and Red bite early in the morning or late at night. They are biting most live bait use a cast net to get pinfish. There are lots of Mangrove Snapper and a few Tarpon in the bay. Catch flounder on the mixed bottom, sandy spots next to grass the isn't too deep. They can also be found around bridge pilings.