With some slightly cooler mornings and low to mid eighty degree water temps fishing is getting good. The redfish are in the usual shallows but we’ll spread out which is keeping fishing pressure down. Snook are feeding well if the water is flowing good. Spanish mackerel are in quarter acre size schools all over the bay with sharks not far behind. Mangrove snapper have been a real highlight this year as they’ve been everywhere I go. They are great by catch, good to eat, and fun to fish for. It’s a fall smorgasbord feel free to text or call for up to date reports and open fishing days..