January was filled with high winds, low tides, cold weather and water temperatures but we still managed a few quality fish. When the sun did come out sightfishing was pretty good with lots of smaller snook being caught and a big trout and a few redfish. Presentation was the most important ingredient for success.

We lost a lot of days to high winds and rain, totally unfishable with no visibility adding to the discomfort.

When we did get out we found lot of big fish but they so cold they had no interest in chasing a fly or lure.

Can’t do much about mother nature…you take what she gives you and then move on…

February temperatures will be in the 80’s during the day…Can’t Wait!!!

Keep the rod bent,

Capt. Al