We've been running hard with extreme activity on the calendar as restrictions loosen up among publicly traded companies; same applies to friends & family groups that are eager to get back together. It's been a unique start to the fishing season with lots of fresh water in the bays. This is always a good thing as it concentrates the fish and makes that big pond a lot smaller. Freshwater inflows are also good for the health of the ecosystem nourishing the estuaries and supporting juvenile fish growth.
Big winds associated with the turbulent weather has had us hard after Redfish and Black Drum much longer into the early Summer months. A true transition to Trout fishing has only started and we keep retreating and then pushing forward again. There has been unpredictability associated with Trout fishing but overall fish boxes are coming back healthy and plentiful.
In short order we're going to be talking about cool fronts and transitions to the hunting season. Dates are tight in September/October with more availability in July/August/November at present. If you're looking at a trip near term, give us a shout and we'll get you taken care of.
We've got lots and lots of great fishing ahead of us. So if you're planning a trip, get started HERE.
Capt. Kris Kelley