Here we are in November and the temperature is remaining in the 80′s and the fish are loving it! Kingfish have slowed down and seemed to have passed by fast unless this is just the first wave. That quick cool down we had seemed to have pushed some of the fish that were close in out offshore but the warming trend we’re on now may change that. Spanish mackerel are still abundant and have been eating flies with wreckless abandon along with the ladyfish, bluefish, and countless jack crevalle in the area. The snook fishing is still great around the bridges, islands, and mangrove shorelines. Redfish schools have thinned but there are still fish to be had fishing the schools of mullet on the flats. The seatrout fishing has been getting better on then shallower flats now that the water temp is in the low 70′s.
There are still days available next week for Thanksgiving week. Don’t be left out book your fishing trip today!