As many of you know I’m not big on miss leading people into booking with me. I’m all about being as truthful as possible in order to manage expectations. With that being said… This October was by far the worst October I have ever experienced. It wasn’t a shock considering the water temp pretty much stayed in the mid to high 70s all month. The big fish do not want to get shallow in those temps so most big fish were happy to just stay offshore. That mixed with almost constant 15-20 mph winds made targeting the offshore fish impossible. Now we did have a handful of calm wind days which made for good fishing but overall October was a let down. The only silver lining was with the higher water temps the Jacks stuck around later then usual.
November 24, 2016 by Captain Miles LaRose
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