August Fishing Remains Red Hot



When we left my dock in Everglades City today the weather was overcast, with rain predicted later that morning. We decided it was best to fish close to the dock, so we headed over to the Lopez river, to try to catch some snook and reds . The bait we used  was live mullet, that we cast netted first thing this morning . When we arrived at the first spot, the tide was falling hard. After several minutes of soaking a bait on the bottom, the redfish started to bite! We caught several beautiful redfish up to 12 lbs.  After catching our fill of redfish, we headed to an oyster bar up river. While at the oyster bar, we caught a good number of snook, with a few nice mangrove snapper mix in. After the fish stopped biting, the thunder and lighting started to close in on us. We decided to call it a day, and headed back to Everglades City . Don’t miss out on some great fishing! Give me a call, and let me get you out on the water!

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Capt Glenn 238-280-9085