The weather has been a bit unpredictable the last couple of weeks with only a handful of days that we could get out. This is a transitional time of year as the waters start to cool. The Red Grouper move farther offshore and the Gags move in closer. The Kingfish start to show up on all of the hard bottom areas and wrecks and ledges as well. The Spanish Mackeral get pretty thick anywhere from along the beach to offshore and make great light tackle fishing. The Mangrove snapper congregate in big numbers over structure and ledges and can be chummed up behind the boat and there are still a few Cobia around. All in all, it’s a great time to go fishing as long as the weather permits so give me a call and let’s go fishing.
Till next time, keep it Fishy