Deeper water fish have been productive, and guys are getting limits out on the reefs. By the time this report hits the air, we will be at the end of the gag grouper season until April in some areas and June in others.
We will be doing inshore trips and venture out some in the deep water as people request us to. January and February are great fishing months in our area, and we will talk about that in the weeks to come.
On Sept. 30, Florida announced a bonus Gulf of Mexico red snapper season on Saturdays and Sundays from Oct. 17 until Nov. 1. The recreational bag limit for king mackerel has been increased to four fish per person per day through March 16, 2021, in all Atlantic state and federal waters from Miami-Dade through Nassau counties, Florida.
The Weibull Beach area and St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge are a hidden gem in Florida ’s Big Bend region south of Tallahassee. This past summer, Okaloosa County’s tourism department deployed the first fish aggregating device (FAD) buoys ever off the coast of the continental United States.
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80 degree temps with nice light winds, calm seas, and partly cloudy... With the warmer temps should hopefully come some good schools of fish for us to throw our lines at.
The reason for the downs I believe is mostly due to the few windy days that kept folks from fishing ... The fishing has really exploded this week after the last cold front and even with all the wind and dirty water along the beach associated with the weather change the bite stayed hot.
The warmer weather has a lot more folks getting out on the water these days despite the fog that has descended upon us.