This summer continues to fly by, as another June has come and gone. Thankfully, the fishing lived up to typical June standards and has been quite consistent throughout the month. Our speckled trout fishing has continued to be good overall, and although the fish have been mixed in size, we have been finding good numbers of them on many different spots. The black drum also continue to be very prevalent as well. They have been making up a good part of our catches this past month, and all this year for that matter. They too have been quite mixed in size, but we have managed to find a few real nice ones up to 10lbs. The flounder bite also continues to be consistent when we have clean water, and should actually improve as we get into July, as the finger mullet get larger and more prevalent. Finally, the redfish continues to be the toughest of our target species to find, as it seems that we just don't have as many around as we normally would. However, we have been finding a few, and hopefully we will see some improvement in their numbers in the near future. My bookings for July are filling up very quickly, so if you are going to be in town next month and would like to do some inshore fishing, please call ahead so that we can get a trip booked for you. Check out the photos of some of our recent catches below!