Fall fishing has arrived in full and with the drop in humidity, you can literally feel it. Comfortable temperatures, much less rain chances, and great fishing are what fall in central Florida is about.
Bull reds are the highlight of fall fishing. Large numbers of oceanic fish gather in accessible areas and provide some of the best fishing of the year. Snook fishing is also at some of its best quality of the year, and the mullet run also gives us intense fishing for ravenous large jack crevalle.
Nearshore, on the days without northeast winds, we still have some chances at tarpon. October is typically our last consistent tarpon month of the year, but when opportunities present themselves, we are quick to take them! False albacore tuna and sharks are also a target when conditions allow.
Sight fishing in Mosquito Lagoon is generally at it’s toughest during fall due to water clarity, but after the first few cold fronts, it can clear up and give us shots at fish on fly and spin.
Capt. Billy Rotne
Ponce Inlet Charters
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