Well folks, we're finally beginning to see some of that fall - like weather that I have mentioned so many times. In fact, we have a couple of days coming up this week that look down right bitter cold. But, I think we have a bit of a warm-up coming shortly afterwards, which should stabilize our water temperature and continue to provide good fishing.
The speckled trout fishing has been very consistent so far this month, with us finding both good numbers and good size fish. The average fish has been 15 - 18", which is exceptional. Of course, there have been a few undersized fish around as well, but so far not in the staggering numbers that we see some years. I am keeping my fingers crossed that this quality of trout fishing will continue for the duration of the month, and at this point I don't see why it shouldn't.
In addition to the trout, we have been finding a few black drum and redfish to add a little variety along the way. They too should continue to provide some action throughout the rest of the month as well.
I apologize for the short report, but there isn't much to talk about other than that the fishing has been good and will hopefully continue to be for the next few weeks at least.
I still have a good bit of availablity throughout the rest of November, so give me a call if you would like to come down and get in on the action.
Check out a few of our recent catches below!
- Capt. Kyle