The air and water have continued to cool down since my last report, which in turn should result in the fishing continuing to heat up! The speckled trout fishing is improving daily, but the fish haven't really begun to school up for the winter yet. However, a few more cool nights should get that underway. We have been starting to see a few bigger trout show up as well, and more and more should show up in the next couple of weeks. The bull redfish fishing has slowed considerably, as the bite is nearing its end for the season. But as the bull reds are slowing down, the smaller reds in the backwater are just beginning to get fired up, as they too are starting to school up well in preparation for the winter. Finally, we have continued to find some flounder action as well, both in the backwaters and on the nearshore reefs/wrecks. If things remain on the warm side, we should still see good flounder fishing for a few more weeks at least. We are in the midst of the best season of the year, and the best should be yet to come, so give me a call and let me get you in on the action!