September should give us the last bit of the hot days, transitioning SWFL toward a Fall pattern soon. Don’t be fooled it’s still going to be hot most of the month, however by the end of the month we should be blessed with temperatures beginning to cool off a bit. With that said, fishing early in the mornings or late in the evenings near sundown is still the way to go. Baby Tarpon have been abundant in the back bays and happy to eat small live baits as well as jerk baits and hard plastics. Redfish continue to be found, mostly upper slot as long as you put time into it and chum a little. Snook fishing has been good along the beaches and in the passes during the stronger tide days. Other than that we had to deal with a bunch of rain that shut things down for about 5 days. Tight lines Capt Greg