Hey Everyone! Hope you are all doing well and enjoying your fall. I've been extremely busy the last few weeks with Albie charters and a few inshore trips too. So far this season has been great, with lots of birds, bait, fish, and happy anglers.
Other than a tropical storm and a few odd weather days, the nearshore fishing has been really productive with lots of Albies caught along with Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel. Both fly and spin has produced a solid bite and everyone has caught fish.
We've also been very fortunate to tangle with some big goldfish on a few occasions. They don't show up every day, but when these big Bull Redfish appear, we are ready to play.
As fortunate as I am to have so many trips this fall, it is absolutely exhausting, so I'll keep this report pretty short and just share with you some images from the last 2 or 3 weeks. These are just a fraction of the photos I have and a small percentage of the fish that have been caught. If you have any questions or want to book a trip, give me a shout. Winter Redfish sight fishing is just around the corner.
Fish of a Lifetime.
Tiny bait calls for tiny flies...
Father and son duo.
My anglers have kept me busy.
Okay everybody smile.
Sometimes they want the tutti fruitti.
Not an Albie...
Love it when anglers buy a rod from us, and then come fish it on a charter.
On the hunt.
Top 10 Weirdest Things I've Seen While Fishing: This Albie ate a lure from an angler on my boat, and another from an angler on a different boat at the same time! Talk about hungry!
Absolute stud of a Redfish sightcasted on the surface on fly!
Two Bros, Two Cores.
I'll never get bored of these amazing fish!
Made for Speed.