No more storms! I was reading the National Hurricanes center storm predictions and they were saying average tropical storm season. Can’t say I have seen 2 storms before the season even really begins. Being said fish have to eat and so we feed them. Using light spinning gear we have been finding some decent numbers of trout and reds. The trout have been coming in all sizes. It’s nice to have good numbers of trout around again. some of the reds have boats built into them, making the fish so spooky you can hardly catch them. Trout on the other hand don’t seem to care they just want to eat. With the winds of late the fly rods have been stored and I don’t have much to report, but as soon as the winds slack you can bet I will be looking for some tarpon and Jacks!! There are a few tarpon showing along the coast and this is not a bait scene anymore fly rod, or spinning gear using artificials will get the eat.
If you like light tackle fishing it’s on! As you can tell we have been catching a bunch of different fish using Spin, and Fly. Light spinning reels and artificals helped put 6 reds 6 flounder and a number of trout in the boat the other day. However you like to pursue fish we can get you to them. There are still some cobia around but not like years gone by. I think the lack of menhaden in the river is keeping the bulk of the fish offshore. There are plenty of trout reds and flounder though waiting to be caught so