Summertime. It's bittersweet to me knowing that I will have to wait all year for it to be summer again. We have now entered into the Autumn Equinox with the first day of Fall officially gracing our calendars a few days ago. I absolutely adore the beginning of our Fall fishing in Southwest Florida, giant knots of redfish & hungry monster snooks feeding fabulous on most tides. Football fields of whitebait can be located on the grass flats and along our beaches ready to fill your live wells. I've been fortunate enough to grace my home waters with a few days of fishing while I'm in town and it's been fairly impressive considering how much fresh water has been released from Lake Okeechobee into our bay. With the color of the water looking like... well a bad toilet experience it's amazing how hot the bite is! If you'd like to get on the water with one of our great guides in the Fort Myers, Sanibel, Pine Island areas just shoot me a email @ firstname.lastname@example.org and I will hook you up.
In the meantime I'm going to sit here and watch this short video of my summer experience in Belize on loop and drink my coffee :)
Live. Love. Fish.
- Capt Lacey