Surf fishing is starting to rebound from the higher winds, with Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish, Jack Crevalle, and the occasional Snook being caught, mostly on spoons. Pompano numbers are slowly improving as well. mostly on clams, Fish Gum, and Fish Bites. Snook fishing in the inlets has been slow, likely due to very clear water. Inshore, the cooler temps have ushered in better Seatrout fishing, mostly along the spoil islands, using live shrimp and soft plastics. Snook fishing is still pretty good as well along the shorelines, but higher tides have made it easier for them to be out of reach on some shorelines.