November Fishing Report

Fishing Report – November

Inshore:

I forgot to put in last months report that flounder is closed from October 15th-November 30th. With the cooler weather in November the trout bite should get better. Try free lining a live shrimp in creek holes around docks and the banks by the inlet. The dock lights at night or early morning before it gets light can be very good trout fishing using jerkbaits or live shrimp and mullet. Redfish and trout bite should be good on the flats this month using topwater and jerkbaits focus on the edge of the oyster and sandbars.

Surf & Pier:

Pompano fishing should pick up this month and they are one of my favorite fish to eat and super fun to catch on light tackle. Use your favorite pompano jig tipped with a piece of shrimp or sandflea, try to fish the trough for them. Black drum, whiting, sheepshead bite should pick up this month. Use shrimp, clams and fiddler crabs for these tasty fish.

Offshore:

Mangrove snapper around the full moon is excellent fishing when the weather will let you get out. If there’s good current you might be able to chum them up to the surface. Try to use the lightest leader you can cause they can be very leader shy. I would try 25lb fluorocarbon first with a crusher jig with a cigar minnow or small pilchard. If your fishing the bottom try a knocker rig with a pinfish or any cut bait of your choice. Troll your favorite lures or rigged ballyhoo for sailfish and wahoo starting in the 90 feet of water and work your way to the deeper water
around the ledge. Troll at 10 knots but sometimes you might have to troll 15-20 knots.

Good Luck and be safe!
Capt. Tim Jarvis—timjar963@gmail.com

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