Water cooling off. Still some trout over grass in 3-5 feet of water later in the day as the water warms. Very clear water too; clear leader material can really help here. Small minnow or shrimp pattern for the artificial people. Live shrimp on the bottom however scored on the bruiser above.
Some trout are being caught along with some flounder on the flats. Best baits are live “LY’s”, Pinfish, and soft plastics in white or chartreuse.
A few reds are showing up on the beaches and at the mouth of the canal. There is also some black drum mixed in including some big ones. Keep moving till you find some active fish and enjoy this great November weather!
They are here. They are big (as scallops go). But you need to hurry as the season ends soon. While there aren’t as many as just a few years ago (last year was a bust) it is possible to find enough to fill a five-gallon bucket. You will have to hunt for them a little harder than usual since they are scattered about.
Search in the head of the bay (Southern end) where the seagrass is, in about 2-5 feet of water. If you’re in a boat please be careful of your prop. If you don’t see any after about thirty minutes move along to another spot.
All-in-all it is a good sign for next year, mother nature permitting…