While the summer heat continues, conditions offshore are about as good as they get for fishing the Gulf waters. Night action continues to be excellent, and early morning catches in East Bay have been good.
Summer weather continues, and the fishing is about as hot as the weather. Conditions have been ideal for offshore fishing lately, with calm to light winds and dry weather.
The weekend outlook is good for fishing. The winds are supposed to be on the light side and from the south to southeast and that is usually excellent for fishing this time of year.
August is now behind us, and overall, most anglers feel fishing was not up to par for the eighth month of the year. Toward the end of the month, better conditions settled in and fishing picked up.
This holiday weekend should be a good one for fishing, as low chances of thunderstorms along with light to moderate wind velocities should set anglers up to fish in a wide variety of places.
The Labor Day Weekend is upon us, and as usual, many inquiries are being received about the prospects for fishing over the holiday weekend.
A southwest wind was gusting to 20 knots Monday morning, and while that is almost always a time when I would not consider going fishing, I ignored it and headed out.