Both the weather and my computer bit the dirt at the same time and with us still fighting the flooring issue following Hurricane Harvey, buying a new computer didn't rank all that high on the priority list. The bite has changed about as frequently as the weather, primarily due to the last two fronts and the big rain a week ago. Just about the time we had figured out how to deal with the insanely clear water, we were back to fishing the more familiar clarity of 8 to 10 inches on the north end.
I think the bulk of the redfish population has finally been forced out of the marshes due to the cold fronts and extremely low tides and that has only helped folks with that bite. They are much easier to hustle in the bayous and open lake. As a matter of fact, twice last week we found them chasing schools of minnows on the surface well out into the lake. The more dependable bite has been fishing deeper water with Traps, Swim Baits and Tails.
At least as late as today, I don't know what the next move will be for the trout. We had a good afternoon bite going on in 4 to 6 feet of water, but we couldn't find those fish after the water clarity took a hit. Surface temps have also made it back into the fifties and that will make wading a little more bearable. If I can get these figured out and my wife is on hand to make this new computer work, I will try to pass on what we find!