It looks like fishing Catfish Creek will be on the agenda for the near future for bank fishermen in our area.
I tried to find out why Peacocks Pocket road is closed to vehicle traffic, but as of this date I never received a satisfactory explanation.
The Indian River around Parrish Park in Titusville, Fl. today was spattered with bank fishermen who were mostly after Redfish.
The North side of the road seemed to have the most fishermen but as I drove through the first drive, several guys were in the Catfish Creek area catching sea trout and reds.
Some productive baitfish patterns I use listed from top to bottom are Kraimer's Tan, Nice Mullet, Kraimer's Gray/White, and Clouser's Olive White.
As I drove around the unimproved road, I noted that the water levels in the refuge were way up and that the culverts were open and flowing, undoubtedly due to the hurricane.
Although I didn't bring along a rod or have time to fish, I might just get out tomorrow to wet a line.
Might even break out my fly rod again if the wind cooperates..
Till next time, Tight Lines.