Although the last couple days have been warm, there are some cool temperatures on the horizon next week. Last week, cool water temperatures in the 50’s left our redfish a bit lethargic as many could be seen lying in the sun way off the shoreline trying to warm up. We didn’t even see any snook as water temperatures that cold put them at risk.

However, the spotted sea trout bite has been good and we expect this trend to continue into next week as the weather stays cool.Moreover, it appears they’re doing well as we’ve seen really good numbers of small fish. We spent most of our time in Pine Island Sound and the water quality is holding up good in the back country.

As typical for this time of year, tides are low and it’s a great time of year to pole the flats and work the sand holes. Also, the water doesn’t come up too high against the many mangrove shorelines allowing some excellent sight fishing opportunities.

Come with us and let us show you a unique experience and visually fish this sub tropical shallow water estuary system.

Red fish tail

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