Colder water means more trout!

October 24, 2018 by Kaleb Sherlin

Trip Info

The Catch
Redfish
Spotted Seatrout
Black Drum
Flounder
Summary

In the last week we have seen a decrease in temperature. Both air and water temps have dropped a good deal. Water temps are hanging around 65-68 degrees throughout the day. An it’s making the fish hungry! The trout have been on fire along with the black drum. Flounder bite has gone up a bit as well. And the reds are still staying strong feeding on shrimp and mullet. This is the perfect time of year to fish. It’s not scorching hot outside and the water starts to become more clear due to less boats out on the water and micro organisms settling down from the summer heat. Book a trip today during this gorgeous fishing season!

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