Whats hot Offshore- With the waters cooling down many baitfish are moving south and that means bigger fish are too.
The mackerel are filling the bay in 15-25ft. chum heavy and use strip baits or live baits in your chum slick. King Mackerel are found in good numbers in 70-120ft wherever the bait is holding near the ledge.
Sailfish are red hot fishing the alley in 120-180ft using kites or drifting live baits. Whats hot Inshore- Redfish, Sheepshead, and black drum will be plentiful in the flamingo area as well as most flats.
Snook, Tarpon and Jacks will be found on the incoming and outgoing tides of the jetties using live baits and bouncing plastic shrimp on a 1/2-1ounce jighead.
Cobia will also be found in these waters and make sure to look behind pilings and stone crab bouys for big trippletail.