Today me and some friends went fishing. we decided to go to the matanzas bridge. It was beyond windy. It was like fishing in the desert in the middle of a sand storm. then wr decided to go to the Villano pier. To make a long story shot, i think I got wind burn and zero fish in my freezer. Note to self, never bring as much stuff as we did to matanzas bridge. My back hurts from carrying that ***** and will never do that again, well, until I do it again.
We got to matanzas around 4 because we had planned to stay through the night there were maybe 5 people fishing off of the bridge but that wad it. Villano was pretty much the same. Just a crappy day for fishing
i don't know what kind of gear you have but i let things com down a bit weather wise and focus on mantanzas inlet drive on ramp just befor the bridge its simple fishing you can drive on the beach are just park and walk maybe 2 are 3 hundred feet to the beach-- rods and reels are not that inportant as the tide- rigs- and baits are but if you have 2 are 3 rods you are going to need some sand spikes ---weather permitting I can take a 7 ft creek rod 2 hours befor high and work it through the tide change with a store bought double drop rig about $1;50(walmart-strike zone) and a small wired sinker with clam and shrimp you are going to get some whiting some blues for sure along with a pompano are a drum--- that ramp is call the mantanzas inlet ramp across from the fort