One of the major advantages of only working Friday to Sunday is that it leaves a four day window to pick from. Also the number of anglers is drastically reduced. Got lucky with the day, hit the calmest day, the winds just barely broke 20 knots. Skipped past a few good spots, they were in the lee and I like fishing the wind. First stop no Reds or Trout, just another anorexic Flounder. Continued into Red country and landed 2 more Flounder, pretty good promise for this fall. Back to an area with limited access, big boats or those with poling platforms can not get through tube that forms a bridge. The back side produced a slot and overslot Trout plus 6 shorts. On to the canal in search of Snook and Black Drum, neither one were out. One more overslot Trout. Next stop a short canal. One short Red and a barely legal Trout, no Snook. Worked the cut back out to the main river, one more Rat. Into the mud for the last stop of the day. Resulted in a 21 inch, 11 spot Red. Definitely too pretty to keep.
Most of the Trout were caught on a Rapala XRSS-8 Albino Shiner. The Reds and Flounder fell victim to a Berkley Gulp 3 inch minnow.
I gotta get into some inshore fishing. I haven't really caught anything to peak my interest so far. I need to catch something that actually pulls some drag.
The only people that tell you it can't be done are the people who haven't done it themselves.
Hook up with any of the following guides, Troy Perez, John Kumiski, Dee kuminski on any given day they can find the big Reds in the Titusville area. They target the bigger fish in the Lagoon. I primarily search for tournament fish, 20 plus inch Trout and Slot Reds. Just got a report today that Tarpon were in the Sebastian River, no indication as to size.