Greetings fellow fishing fans!
Cooler morning temperatures and less afternoon showers. October is a transition month to bring in the winter fish such as tarpon, blues ,jack, mackerel, spinner-sharks, and ribbon-fish that are starting to grace us with their presence. Feeding on the finger mullet that are still migrating from the north to the south. Some of those fish will continue migrating with the mullet while others will stay with us.
Even though we still are enjoying some summer species like albies, snook, goliath grouper, skipjack and blackfin tunas, sailfish, wahoo and kings. As the weather cools off most of the summer fish will leave us.
Light tackle and fly fishing for snook, and jack.
Light tackle and fly fishing the mullet schools for the above predators.
Snook and tarpon.
Goliath grouper, cuda, amber jack, snapper, grouper and some cobia.
Dolphin, sails, shark, tunas, wahoo.
Keep in mind that everyday is different, and prevailing conditions dictate
our plan of action.