With windy conditions for the week of Easter, most of the fleet turned their attention to our inshore species of fish. Snook have been our preferred target species, due to the fact, that there are plenty of them around to catch. Redfish have been few and far between, although we tend to catch some while targeting snook on the higher side of the tide, while fishing shorelines. Most the redfish are smaller, between 18-24". Locally we are looking forward to the prevailing winds to move easterly, and getting back to a more common spring trend. When that happens, our beaches and passes will clear up, and we should see tarpon flooding into our estuaries daily. It's a fun time to be fishing in South West Florida!
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