Shorter Days, Cooler Water, Better Fishing.
With fall just a month away, the fishing will continue to improve day by day.
August has been a brutal month for fishing. The water temperature early on was hovering around 90-degrees, now it’s right at 88. Believe it or not, just a slight temperature drop makes a big difference in fish activity.
Inconsistency has been the biggest issue. One day the fishing is pretty good, the next day, not so much even if you fished the same spot the day before and killed it.
Well, that’s all about to change. Shorter days allow the water to cool off and as we transition into fall on September 22, our overnight weather temperatures begin to drop. This combination really fires up the fish.
A couple key fishing regulations kick in on September 1, snook reopen to harvest and there’s a new two redfish per vessel limit, regardless of the number on anglers aboard.
Once October gets here fuhgeddaboudit, the fishing will be insane, so book your charter today.
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