Well fishing was phenomenal today for Capt. Brandon Storin back in the ‘glades. Things had been mixed up after Hurricane Ian grazed by but now a week later the waters finally started to clear up and we’re starting to get some hints of the fall bait run. They got into a bunch of snook early on using live pilchards which have been found around the Islamorada area. Then when the tide turned he said huge schools of mullet came out of the creeks they were fishing and tarpon were blowing up everywhere! They caught the mullet and had double digit bites on tarpon, landing quite a few! After that they got into a few cobia that came in from the gulf and were crashing the mullet as well. They also caught a nice goliath grouper back in the creeks as well. October is the time of year these things happen when the bait run is strong, and looks like we’re starting to get a little bit of that now. If you want to come book a trip, give us a shout! Capt. Brandon is offering 10% off on trips booked for this month in October and you can get off season rates on rooms staying at Bud n’ Mary’s as well (we recommend the Lucky lady trawler or the swordfish house boat – they’re awesome!).
Capt. Rick Stanczyk
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