June Recap, July Forecast 2015
I spent the first 17 days of June in NJ catching Stripers and bluefish. I had a great trip, I landed 23 stripers from the surf up to 15 lbs on plugs and over 150 bluefish up to the same weight. I got to fish with my lifelong surf fishing buddies, visit with my parents and basically be a kid for a couple of weeks.
I hit the ground running when I got back to Florida guiding clients to a few nice tarpon and bull sharks in the Sebastian area. I will be fishing this week (weather permitting) in the ocean in search of kingfish, tarpon, false albacore and cobia. In july I will focus mostly on fishing in the ocean searching for schools of threadfin herring and glass minnows. Find the bait, find the fish. If the winds stay light and offshore it should be good fishing along the beaches both north and south of Vero.
Inshore there will be redfish, snook and a few trout around the deeper mangrove shorelines. Its important to start early to maximize your chances as the coolest water of the day is at first light. The last couple of years we have had good fishing in the turning basin in Ft Pierce as the glass minnows and small menhaden schools get trapped inside the basin and get pounded by spanish, jacks, blue runners and false albacore. Great fun on light tackle. I hope we get a chance to fish soon.
Keep casting , Captain Charlie Fornabio 772 360 7647 firstname.lastname@example.org fishingverobeach.com