October Saltwater Fishing Report
The water is high and dirty as the discharge from Lake Okeechobee continues. Luckily that hasn’t really hurt the inshore bite. The mullet run is going strong from Fort Pierce down through West Palm during this October Saltwater Fishing Report!
Large snook and tarpon can be caught by drifting live mullet though the inlets and around bridges when the tide is moving. The water is very dark, so go ahead and upsize your tackle because you can get away with heavier lines.
The seas have been very ruff making offshore fishing very challenging. However, tarpon are running the beaches and limits of dolphins can be caught right where the water changes color. Good luck to everyone.
Stuart, Jupiter, or Palm Beach Inshore Fishing can really bring a lot of joy to your vacation here in South Florida. You can catch a lot of hard-fighting species in some of the most breathtaking waters here in South Florida.
Saltwater fishing has been on fire and NOW is the time to get out on the water and catch some of the biggest fish of your life!
By far the month of October is best for inshore fishing for snook and tarpon. As the Mullet run down the beaches and in the inlets, these species stack in and feast. It provides a great time for you to witness something truly special and catch big numbers of these hard-fighting and exciting catches.