|06-30-15 TUESDAY: SLOW BITE DURING THE DAY, A LITTLE MORE ACTION AT NIGHT|
It's a beautiful summer morning at the inlet. Fortunately we have some wind this morning which is helping keep our anglers cooled down. Winds are blowing out of the Southwest at 8 mph, gusting to 11 and the water is calm.
Fishing remains on the slow side, particularly during the daylight hours. The fish are hiding out in cooler spots during the heat of the day, in the mangroves, holes, under docks, etc. Low light and evenings have been more productive. We spoke with SISP Manager Kevin Jones who reported the new Assistant Park Manager Zach Lozano has been having pretty good luck in the evenings using croakers he lands off the beach. Zach has been landing C/R Snook, Reds and even got a 26" Cubera Snapper on the outgoing tide.