Spotted Seatrout here in the Lower Keys
Fall is in the air down here in the Lower Florida Keys and fishing in the backcountry is kicking off to a great start fishing for Seatrout. Along with Seatrout there has been a lot of Ladyfish, Mangrove Snapper, and Spanish Mackeral. In one of the pictures is me holding a nice Seatrout which was 22” long. Seatrout, Mangrove Snapper, and Spanish Mackeral provides great action for kids or family fun fishing. You can bring whatever you catch after a day of fishing to any of the local restaurants here in the keys and they will cook your catch. Snook fishing has been good as well. My last trip that I fished I boated 5 decent size Snook roughly around the 8 lb range. Despite the weather being windy for the past two weeks, I look forward to some nice weather coming up next week and tomorrow which I plan on going out fishing for Permit.
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