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I, and all the other local captains, have seen enough of the cold and windy conditions endured in January! Hopefully, February will not be quite so challenging. The water temperatures are in the low 50’s in the river, and colder in shallower water until midday warming. The best fishing has been in creeks off the […]Read more »
Fishing in January is all about the weather. Recent cold waves have the surface water temperatures down to the high 40’s, which is very cold for our area. As quickly as it cooled, it can warm back up with a few nice days, and the fish will be hungry. Sheepshead and spot tailed porgeys should […]Read more »
December provides the last of the fall fishing patterns with colder water and more frequent northeasters arriving in January and February. Trout and redfish usually bite well this month. Rat reds and the occasional slot red are in the creeks. Larger reds can be caught in the inlet and near the jetty rocks. Speckled and […]Read more »