Well we had another late season ‘cool’ front attempting to make its way down the coast and had prefrontal conditions today. It was fairly calm with light northerly breezes and was a tad chillier than normal with overcast skies. But fairly nice out on the water I’ll say! We did a bit of everything today and it all worked! Yes sometimes those prefrontal gloomy looking days are excellent for fishing… Patch reef fishing was very good we had some nice lane snappers among some other various reef fish groupers, other snappers, and such. Made for a nice bag of filets for the restaurant later. I caught live pilchards that we had too so we went and did some around town snook fishing which was also productive. There has still been a good amount of snook locally around Islamorada which is a bit unusual as we normally catch them more in the actual backcountry, but seems they are more and more hanging in the little local spots where we catch them once in a while. After that we went for the big boys – tarpon! That was productive too we had a mullet out that got slammed by a big old silver king and that was the cherry on top for our day! It’s busy season now and the tarpon are here if you are wanting to book a trip look me up. We offer not only morning, afternoon, and full day trips, but evenings as well which is a great time to target the silver king!