Report Date: September 3, 2015
Fishing these past few weeks has been excellent. Small to medium snook have been in abundance. There a few lunkers to be had as well. Redfish are starting to show in numbers too. We have been catching a few tarpon ranging to forty pounds. I have been trying to use live bait. If it is not to be had, live shrimp under a popping cork are the ticket.
this time of year, mangrove snapper have been literally stealing the show. You can expect to easily get your limit of these tasty pan fish while you are out bashing the bushes.
Fish are holding tight to the shoreline. Get your offering under those over hanging trees and bushes. Don't ignore logs and structure in the water. These fish like to use them as ambush points. Moving water is the key as the water is still quite warm.
September is one of my favorite months to fish. The water is cooling down and the redfish will start to school. The fall migration of bait is not far behind. Snook season has opened. I am still encouraging catch and release. It is up to you. Call and get a date for fishing.
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