Some solid inshore days with nice mixed bag catches of speckled trout, red drum, black drum and sheepshead. Followed by a few days of commercial bluefin tuna fishing… also with mixed bag catches of giant bluefin tuna, Black fin tuna and some very large sharks.
Inshore the redfish, sheepshead, speckled trout and flounder fishing has been good. September 1-14 is our two window to keep flounder this year recreationally. Nearshore the casting action for Spanish mackerel, false albacore and blue fish has been exceptional and should stay really good into early fall.
Inshore the redfish are still biting fairly steady but, the daytime bull reds have been elusive the past few days. We have been seeing good numbers of flounder and a few speckled trout on most days. Keep in mind that the flounder keep season this year is very short running from September 1-14th, limit is …
Greater Amberjack, Almaco Jack and American Red Snapper Surgery closure after implanting a radio telemetry tag in a Greater Amberjack.
After a dose of high winds and inches of rain last week the fishing slowed down somewhat but, as the water clears and things settle back into normal patterns the fishing is improving.