If you have visited us this year, you either had a very good trip or something a little less than what you were expecting. That has been the story for the entire year, it has been one of the most inconsistent years that we have ever had. The good days have been outstanding but some days have been just frustrating. Kinda adds emphasis to the old saying that you never know unless you go.
The wonderful federal Government has decided that we can have 14 days of a fall snapper season. While short it is going to provide some good action. They are thick and easy so they will add to the box regardless of what we do.
It is that time of the year. The tuna have already began to move in close. As I type this the first cold front of the year is blowing through which will mean that the mullet and other things will be moving out very soon. Tuna have already been caught close to shore and it will only get better as the fall comes through.
There have been a few trout caught in the inside already and the cooler weather should bring more and we have hopes that they will soon gang up on the inshore oyster reefs and points. The success story so far this year has been the Redfish. We have been finding the reds in the shallow water ponds. Some days it is so clear that you can actually see the fish charging the bait before he gets there. Hard fighting reds in shallow water, it really does not get any better than that.