Thank God for the redfish as we have been unable to find any keeper trout. The lake is a little fresh, but the clarity is very good. The wind has also been a factor at times the past couple of days, but only for short periods of time. We really haven't slowed down long enough to exploit the flounder bite, but when we have it has been pretty good as well.
From what I can tell, the north end has been as good as the south end. The bite on the shoreline has been on the slow side, but the reds have been schooling enough to keep us busy most of the time. Unlike before the hurricane, a larger percentage of our reds are now slot fish.If you want to make the most of this bite, swap out your treble hooks on your topwaters for single hooks. They are much more forgiving and you won't miss a higher percentage of fish!
The SALT Club is meeting tonight on the Island at 7:00 pm. I don't know who is speaking, but they always talk fishing and have something good to eat!