It’s early March here in Daytona Beach and temperatures are still up and down a bit as is the water temp. The surf fishing is still producing pompano, whiting and those pesky bluefish, watch your fingers with those.
Offshore fishing in Daytona Beach is still thick with the endangered Red Snapper, there are lane and mangrove snapper on the wrecks if you can keep the reds from getting your bait first. There are still some cobia on the wrecks that have an appetite for live baits.
Inshore fishing in Daytona Beach is fair despite the colder water temps, Snook can be found holding in some of the canals and creeks along with redfish and flounder. There are a lot of sheepsheads that are feeding on small shrimp so no need to pay the price for selects. The usual suspects, blue fish and jack crevalle are around with lately an abundance of smaller sharks, unless you have more tackle and time than you need, gear up with a lite wire leader22.
Go get ’em
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