Inshore, Snook are still prevalent around docks and mangrove shorelines, and areas where there’s current flowing keep the water temps down and the fish active. Redfish continue to be caught along shoreline edges and mangroves on soft plastics and flies such as sliders and Clouser Minnows. Along the beaches, there’s been plenty of Spanish Mackerel feeding on glass minnows, and Snook are getting more and more plentiful as well. There doesn’t seem to be many big concentrations of bait, so you’ll have to do a fair amount of blind casting to score. Your best bets are bucktail jigs, spoons, and DOA CAL jigs, or flies such as the Polar Fibre Minnow or Clouser Minnows. Nearshore, there have been quite a few Kingfish in close, as well as some Tarpon, mostly feeding on Pilchards and greenies.