Good morning, the ground swell created by hurricane Katia prevented boats from fishing offshore yesterday. The stirred up sea conditions all but shutdown any bait around the buoys and created some good surf conditions but slowed down any one fishing the beach.
Inshore, there are plenty of mullet around the inlet and back in the lagoon and with the mullet you can find ladyfish, jack crevalle, snook and an occasional bluefish. Geoff Quatraro reported catching a snook in the inlet casting a Yo-Zuri Mag Minnow on the incoming tide yesterday. This can be an exciting time of year for fishing in the lagoon, with all the mullet around there are plenty of predators chasing the mullet schools. You just have to be patient and put your time in to be there when there is a feeding frenzy. Any mullet imitation will provide you with good results.
Have a good week end, Kadri.