Saturday Sept. 17th

The week got off to a great start with plenty of surface action. The early part of the week saw plenty of Blacktips, Spinner and Lemon Sharks eating and skying our top water baits. Even when we were out of range of the shrimp trawlers, there were such an abundance of bait that it was a sure thing when our baits hit the water. For two days, the area where we fished was just teaming with life, and was certainly not an area that you would want to take a quick dip in order to cool off. We didn’t break away to go look for Bull Reds, but with our water temps slowly moving down towards the upper 70’s, and a huge influx of large Mullet seemingly everywhere, it wont be long. By midweek, weather history was made with the 1rst named tropical storm to ever form over land. Kind of cool, except if your trying to fish. The seas calmed down somewhat yesterday, but we decided it was better to error on the side of caution and just stay tied to the dock. I managed to catch a few waves and hit the golf ball around the last couple of days. I don’t have a single trip scheduled for next week so give me a call so that I can support my lovely wife and her cats in a manner that they are accustomed to. Have a nice day!

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