Duck and Matt
The weather has not been to good lately. The winds are a steady 20kts out of the east. Matt and his father Duck were in town in Orlando together and it was the only two nights that they could fish. Luckily the tides were not to late and we were able to get on some fish. The first night we started off fishing 8:00 p.m. and the tide was still going out. It was not to rough to fish the tip and they were hooking up on every drift. The Snook bite was on! The bite lasted like that until the tide came to a still. around 9:30 p.m. Once the tide switched to incoming the bite never really went off. Duck and Matt caught one more Snook a piece. We decided to call it quits around 11 p.m. They ended the night with one 31″ keeper.
The second night the switch of tides was a little later. The winds never stopped blowing and it was quite a bit choppier in the Inlet than the night before. We fished it while the sun was setting, just before dark and I could see enough to keep us out of danger. Duck and Matt were catching Redfish. One of the Reds was probably a keeper but we released. Once it got dark it was unsafe to fish so we moved inside the inlet and fished. It was tough fishing with the winds and the tide. With the bad conditions, Duck managed to catch a big Snook. I think Matt missed one but overall it was tough the fish were not chewing inside. No keepers that night but some early action with the reds and one nice Snook. It was a fun two nights of fishing. Thanks guys for fishing Attitude!