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November 24, 2005

Best wishes to everyone on this Thanksgiving Day and hope you have a wonderful day to celebrate with family and friends!

It has been difficult to find many days that the wind hasn't been blowing this past week. Cooler temps came into the area this week and we will enjoy a nice fall weekend here on the Treasure Coast. Water temperatures will drop considerably with this front and you will have to look at deeper water or cuts to fish.

There are still snook being caught around the bridges and inlet areas. Mostly at night using jigs or live baits. Some tarpon have been coming around the inlet at night. Also fish around the docks and deeper cuts along the mangroves for snook action. Top water will continue to be productive in early mornings and late evenings.

Trout should be biting in early mornings in 2-4 feet of water. Try top water or live bait on popping corks. Don't forget that trout season is still closed, so only catch and release for now. Jacks and ladyfish will continue to feed around the river and hitting most anything you toss their way.

As the water warms up during the day, look for redfish to move onto the flats to feed. Spoons, soft baits or live bait will be your best choices during the day. Also look for some redfish hanging around the docks and bridges in deeper water.

Tip of the Week:
Take time today to spend time with your family and friends. Our best wishes for a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Have a safe weekend. Remember, fishing is not just another hobby.....it's an ADVENTURE!

Good fishing and be safe,
Captain Charlie Conner

email me at: [email protected]
visit my web site at: www.fishtalescharter.com
772-344-3187 or 772-284-3852 (cell)
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