Rainy days but fish still eat

August 16, 2016 by Ryan Booth

Trip Info

The Catch
Redfish
Snapper (Mangrove)
Snook
Speckled Trout
Tarpon
Summary

Got on the water today with Rob and Bob from Oregon! The morning didn’t look to great but I knew that these little morning storms don’t last long and t has been beautiful afterward! So the rain let up and about stopped we arrived to the fishing grounds and it was slicked out! We started targeting tailing redfish and rolling tarpon! Hooking up with 5 tarpon and 6 redfish. We started moving on looking for snook that have been bedding up in the shallows and we came across a few of them! After catching 3 snook we wanted to go fill the box with trout and snapper! We left and went to a great snapper and trout spotted and ended up getting our limit on both species!

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