Palm Coast Premier Inshore Fishing Guide
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Palm Coast Inshore Fishing Report

The summer bite continues to be hot like the temperature but that is why we start early. Early risers not only beat the heat but take advantage of the first light feeders. Schools of jacks are seen cruising shorelines eating everything in their path! Topwater, soft plastics or live bait will all get a line tight as the schools of jacks pass by.

First light feeders also include tarpon! Whether you chose to fish for the juvenile or fully grown tarpon, first light is most productive especially inshore. Beach tarpon are at peak right now as they are seen crashing in the pogie pods along the beach.

Early morning for redfish also means topwater explosion time! Walking the dog action on topwater plugs is a great way to find redfish on the flats. The click clack sound and motion make it almost irresistible for redfish and other species like trout and snook.