Thank goodness that fishing is among the best activities you can do during a global pandemic! I’m thankful to be able to fish a regular season this year and hopefully things will start to get back to the new normal shall we say.
We have had our share of bad weather. We have had a few named storms breeze by us. I can say I’m very thankful for a little rain and wind compared to 4 years ago post-Irma.
Last weekend we finished up the Redbone S.L.A.M. tournament here in Key West. The fishing was not easy but we managed to pull it off and William Collier took 3rd place in the fly division. The bonefish and smaller tarpon are abundant and have been most of the summer.
Just recently there have been some monster permit showing up here. It’s just that time of year and so glad to see some big ones out there.
Our weather seems to be hit or miss this week. Some random storms rolling through making visibility difficult. Of course last week it was flat calm and the water was crystal clear.
As we head into fall we can expect the bonefish and permit to be active. It may slow down once we get our first good cold front to roll through. But none-the-less its a great place to be social distancing. We have plenty of places to dine outside and plenty of outdoor activities in addition to fishing the flats.