Good morning, offshore yesterday was a little on the slow side, blame it on all the moonlight or the Venus transit across the Sun. One customer was heading to Lucaya in the Bahamas today. He had heard of a good yellowfin tuna bite down around the Isaac's. There are still a few dolphin, kingfish and sailfish reports surfacing from anglers venturing out.
Inshore, reports of some good snook action at the Taylor Creek spillway have leaked out and the usual summer time rains have been spilling over at "the creek". Snook and tarpon are active in the inlet and around the bridges and can be taken on live bait and jigs. Trout fishing remains consistent and are taking live shrimp and soft plastics all around the lagoon. Mangrove snapper are populating the channel edges and will take live shrimp and small baitfish.
WE ARE CLOSING OUR ARCHERY DEPARTMENT TO MAKE ROOM FOR AN EXPANDED FLY FISHING DEPARTMENT. ALL ARCHERY IN STOCK ITEMS ARE NOW 20% OFF THE MARKED PRICES.
Have a great day, Donald.