- Published: Monday, 24 October 2016 10:21
Recently winds have held a lot of us either close to shore or in the bay, but the next couple of days look decent. Still lots of kings around, some sails too. State waters are still yielding some keeper red snapper during the , , Sunday season. Further out gag, red grouper and a few scamp are reported in the 20 plus mile range.
Clear and calm along the beach with winds out of the north. A fair amount of pompano, some flounder, redfish, jack crevalle, and bunches of ladyfish. Throw in a few spanish and bluefish and you've got the picture.
A good bite here, recent effects of the full moon have worn off. Flounder, redfish, spanish, speckled trout and mangrove snapper were the most common catches. You can easily get away with soft plastics for all but the mangroves. They seem to be too wise for a paddle tail. However live shrimp and bull minnows will work for all.