Can you believe we had a cold front in August? Well, we did and it was glorious, four mornings of 65 degrees and clear skies. And the milder temps seemed to actually heat up the bite!
It’s not like a major cold front in the winter; these small cold fronts fire off the inshore bite and put the fish in feeding mode. It takes a day for the fish to adjust a little to the temperature drop, but once they adjust they start to eat.
September should be a good month inshore. This is when King Mackerel show up in our bay along with large Spanish mackerel. We’ll see more redfish along the beaches and in our pass and the flats start to get more productive. As September rolls along and October moves in, the inshore bite really gets really good for redfish and trout.
If you want to hook up on some MONSTER REDFISH like this, come visit me in November and December for some drag screaming rod bending action.
Tight Lines… John