Boggy Bayou Guide Service, Destin fishing report 3/20
Areas of dense fog, rain and wind once again kicked off the week but the good news is it’s going to clear up and get a little warmer as the week goes by.
Inshore fishing has been good with steady bites of trout and redfish in the bay and up in the bayous. Bait of choice is live shrimp or suspended or floating artificial lures.
The bridge and jetty fishing is still producing good catches of sheepshead and some pompano around the jetty’s, and right of the beach using pompano jigs and live shrimp for pompano. Fiddler crabs and live shrimp for the sheepshead! There is always a chance while fishing the jetty’s and beach to catch a bull redfish.
Offshore deep sea fishing has been very good as well. There has been good catches of king mackerel a little farther offshore where the water is warmer but in close the vermilion snapper, white snapper and triggerfish bite has been very steady. Although you may have to pick through a lot of small triggers but the bite is good.
Shark fishing was hot this week as well, dusky and sandbars are all over nearshore wreaks. The black tips and spinners have kind of move off the beach while it’s be cool but should be moving back in as the temperatures rise but the wreck shark fishing is very good.