September was a bit unusual for us this year.
So, what’s next?
Well we’re glad you asked, during a normal year, the snook and redfish are the two most prevalent species during October. So far early in the month this has been the case. Hopefully the rest of the year will continue bringing these two species our way. The snook may taper off a bit as we move into the cooler months of the year, but the reds generally stick around through the winter. Whiting, spanish mackerel, and pompano will begin showing up better in November, and the tripletail will hopefully be a solid bet by that time. On the lagoons, we should continue catching trout, redfish, and black drum. These will be the three most abundant species in the Indian and Banana Rivers and the Mosquito Lagoon in November. So look for those weather windows between cold fronts and give us a call. We can go either in the rivers or along the beaches and near-coastal waters to catch those species that like to run out there.
Remember to check our reservation page to see our available dates. The fall mullet run won’t last so book the near-coastal trip option and we’ll get out there and have a ball. We’re booking up fast- so hurry!
Until next time…. Let’s get out there and go catch your next memory!!!!