Since Hurricane Dorian ripped up our coast, the fishing didn’t respond well. All the kingfish we were catching beforehand have disappeared and are nowhere to be found. The bottom fishing has definitely slowed down as well, but there are still plenty if red snapper and a few cobia around. All fishing should improve offshore as time goes by, but now we have to deal with another storm building in the Bahamas which may bring us more wind and much more rain. Following the storm the mullet run went into full steam ahead with millions of mullet pouring out of the creeks and inlets onto the beach. Tarpon, Sharks, and Bull Reds are also on the beach crashing the mullet. There are still some pogies around but their location continues to be unpredictable day to day. We did run a 10hr trip recently and did good on the beeliners but had to work super hard to get what we did. The boys had to move around a lot and fish each area very hard to catch fish. The best thing going this week is the bull reds in the river. Cut ladyfish, mullet, blue crabs are the bait of choice fished on the bottom along channel drop offs. Both incoming and outgoing tides will produce fish. Please be conservation minded when landing and releasing these fish; get them back in the water as soon as possible to ensure their best chance of survival. Speckled trout and redfish bite in the river and creeks have been pretty good with some good number of flounder as well. Finger mullet, mud minnows and live shrimp are the best baits, fished either in a bighead or under a float!! Tight lines!!