As April transitions into May the winds lighten and the water temperatures warm .With rising water temps baitfish schools will move into the Indian River lagoon. The snook bite will heat up in the  and around the inlets. Redfish and sea trout will become more active on the flats. They will be in the shallows early and move to the drop offs as the sun gets higher. Tarpon will be showing up as the water temps get nearer the magic 78 degree mark.     When the conditions allow, we will have opportunity to venture out the inlets and fish the inshore reefs along the beaches for kings, cobia, tarpon, false albacore, snappers and black tip sharks. I hope to see you soon.                                                                                                           Captain Charlie Fornabio  772 360 7647