Early morning snook for Greg!

We had a great week inshore and off the beach. Plenty of bait in the lagoon and quite a bit on the beach. Not as much as we would like to see, but there was some mullet as well as greenies along the beach withe Tarpon, Sharks, Jacks, Mackerel and plenty of ladyfish.

Live baits were best along the beach for the tarpon and sharks — and speaking of sharks — there have been more sharks this year than I’ve ever seen during the mullet run. The tarpon have been mixed in but the amount of black tip sharks is much more than we are used to during the mullet run. That said, the bite has been pretty good around the mullet schools and you never know what you will hook up with.

Inlet bite hasn’t been as good as it should be this time of year. That said, there have been some redfish and a few snook caught during the tides and the best tides have been afternoon/evening tides.

Inshore bite has been good with both live mullet and artificial baits. We’ve been working the shorelines and islands that are loaded with bait for snook, trout and some slot redfish and there’s been a few Flounder, ladyfish and bluefish mixed in. Rapala Skitterwalk and twitching mullet are great hard baits that we have been using and DOA 4” jerk baits and paddle tails rigged on 1/4 ounce jigheads have been our go to soft baits lately.


Slot sized Redfish for Brent