10-27-21

Good morning everyone. It’s definitely a touch cooler in the mornings, signaling the change in season and fishing opportunities. With the west winds and cooler temps, Pompano have shown up in better numbers, taking sand fleas and Fish Bites pretty regularly. Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel have also shown in greater numbers, taking spoons, jigs, and…

10-20-21

Good morning everyone. There’s a touch of fall in the air, with cooler temps in the mornings starting to spark a few things fishing wise. The surf is a bit rough, but there has been a decent amount of mullet moving, with Bluefish, Jack Crevalle, Snook, and some Tarpon taking advantage of the migration. Topwater…

10-13-21

Good morning everyone. Surf fishing has had one of the better weeks in some time, with the mullet run in full swing, providing opportunities to chase Snook, Tarpon, sharks, Jack Crevalle, Bluefish, and others from the sand, or in skiffs and bay boats near shore. Large plugs, spoons, swim baits, and live mullet have all…

10-6-21

Good morning everyone. Good conditions have led to some good fishing on many fronts. Offshore, Dolphin have been active in the 120′ range, and Kingfish have been reliable in the 70′-80′ range, both mostly on live bait. Mangrove Snapper have kept bottom fishermen busy in the 70′ depth, both day and night. Snook fishing in…

9-29-21

Good morning everyone. It looks like a swell from Hurricane Sam will impact some of our fishing by the weekend, so if you can get out before then the options are greater. Offshore, decent sized Dolphin are being caught mostly on live bait north towards Bethel Shoals in 120′ of water. The Kingfish bite in…

9-22-21

Good morning everyone. The beach is the place to be, with the mullet run looking as good as it has in several years. It’s still mostly finger mullet, but some Silver Mullet are beginning to show. Snook, Tarpon, Jack Crevalle, and Bluefish are all taking advantage, and everything from swim baits to spoons have been…

9-15-21

Good morning everyone. The annual mullet migration is starting to gain steam, with consistent movement to the north of large schools of finger mullet moving south down the beach. Predators haven’t yet taken full advantage, but soon Snook, Jack Crevalle, Spanish Mackerel, Ladyfish, Tarpon, and others should start consistently feeding. Offshore, decent Kingfish activity has…