Author: Sandesh Sukhdeo
Summer Fishing In New Symrna Florida
The fishing in the New Symrna Beach and Spruce Creek has been quite slow these past few weeks. Although there has been a mixed bag.
The backwaters of spruce creek have been producing small snook redfish and jacks on the end of the outgoing tide. These fish are sitting very close to the oysters beds and are chasing mullet . The best lures to throw for these fish as of right now are DOA C.A.L.s and Heddon Super Spooks.
(See My Article On Lure Selection For Spruce Creek)
The New Symrna Beach jetty has been on fire lately. I have been catching lots of black drum, sheepshead, mangroves and a few angelfish. The bull red fish are starting to hand around the jetties more and live pinfish and shrimp are the key to catching these fish. The black drum have been biting on live and dead shrimp. On an average day we will catch 10-20 black drum in the 10-20 inch range.
The Causeways have been full of action as well. My friend and I have been pulling out large snook and 3-4 foot tarpon on flairhawks. The peak bite has been from 2-6 am in the morning. I only expect the causeway fishing to get better from this point on providing we do not have any hurricanes or tropical storms.
Good Luck and Tight lines
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