If you have looked out your window in the last few days you will know why you haven’t seen an offshore report. Hopefully this wind will lay down soon so we can get out and catch some fish! I expect the wahoo fishing to be nothing short of fantastic right now, and the sailfishing should be great as well.
Inshore, snook fishing remains strong. We went last night and caught three nice ones quickly although they didn’t measure. Two were 271/2" and one was 341/2". GO FIGURE!!! Anyhow, the snook fishing has been great and they are in there heaviest phase of the year. Flounder have started to show their little flat faces this week. Inlet docks and deeper cuts with tidal movement will all hold plenty of flounder the next two months. Gulp shrimp on a 1/4 oz. jig head fished close to the bottom are hard to beat. Surprisingly there are still good numbers of redfish on the flats. Don’t underestimate midday fishing this time of year. From 11 am to 2 pm are great times to target flats species this time of year with the cooler water upon us. We are fishing inshore tomorrow so I will post a good report Saturday (hopefully).
p.s. We also saw quite a few pompano skipping the last few days.