This week is the opening of snook season. The live pilchards are starting to show up for us to use for bait, which means the snook will be biting this month! When we left my dock this morning, we headed to a beach front that had some blown down trees, that the snook love to hang around . After anchoring up, and casting out a live pilchard for bait, we were hooked up with a snook that measured in at 27 inches. As the morning went on, we scored with serval more snook that were in the 24 – 27 inch range. We scored big time with one snook that was 30 inches! This snook would be going on my clients grill for dinner tonight . After the snook fishing slowed up, we headed to a trout flat. While at the trout flat we caught a good number of trout and pompano. Don’t miss out on some great September fishing action! Give me a call, and let me get you out on the water for a great day of fishing!
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