November 5th – 9th

The weather is warm, our water is beautiful, and the fish are biting. The fishing was phenomenal over the last week. The bait was plentiful and healthy, allowing us to target many different species that have moved into our waters from offshore. On a couple of different trips we targeted the passes between our barrier islands and caught a steady supply of very big redfish and a few snook. The week provided many days with light winds allowing us to run a few miles offshore. The goal offshore was to target king fish, unfortunately we did not catch any, but we did get plenty of snapper and triple tail. We also spent a little bit of time fishing deep holes around mangroves and oyster bars using live greenbacks, we caught plenty of snook.

Later in the week, huge schools of spanish mackerel, lady fish, and jack crevalle moved in close to the beaches to chase the bait. We spent Friday using only artificial baits (lures) and lost count of how many fish we caught. The boat was covered in fish slime and blood all day long and the laughs never stopped as we caught one fish after the next.

Book your trip soon to take advantage of this amazing weather and fishing.