Captain Andrew Herzog
Chilly temps and great fish
Inshore fishing is where I spend most of winter. Especially this year, the wind has been making for a rough ride out in the gulf. Redfish have been one of our most prevalent catches in recent weeks. Edible species such as sheepshead and snapper are hanging out on structure and the BIGGER fish are starting to cruse inshore as the water cools. It was at 65 degrees today.
Trout as always love the cooler temperatures and are eating well during out cooler months. They have favored artificial vs live bait. They eat it SLOW with the cooler water temps. Most fish are attacking when you pause your bait. Most successful this week is bright colored DOA lures
Spring break fishing is around the corner in March and April! Tarpon trips begin booking in MAY and JUNE for the seasonal migration. Schedule early for the best availability.