Fishing in our area has been pretty good the last couple of weeks, despite the weather’s best attempts of making it difficult.
Inshore fishing has been producing trout, mackerel, and bluefish on the deeper grass flats throughout the bay. Mixed in with those we have been finding pompano as well, if you can be patient with all the pinfish and ladyfish getting in the way.
Dock fishing in the bay has also been decent if you can find the right docks, which are holding redfish, black drum, and sheepshead.
Nearshore fishing has been good as well (when the wind cooperates). Tripletail remain in the area, but are not as prevalent as they were a month ago due to being heavily fished. The reefs have been producing good amounts of snapper, grouper, and even some hogfish.
Hopefully January yields calmer seas and lighter winds for all of us!