Had to shake the cobb webs off after the storm so I decided to head out and work the shoreline for ladyfish with Pete. The water temp was a comfy 80 degrees and stained. We worked the cut infront of the Homosassa River and picked away at ladyfish and trout all morning. The trout came near structure at the ends of the tides and the ladyfish were everywhere. I believe I limited on slot trout keeping only one for dinner. I also kept the other trash fish to feed to the hungry grouper. A chatruse mirrodine was top bait today worked slow for trout but the ladies wanted it fast. Looks like the fresh water hasn't put the trout down at all so I figure the other inshore species should be hungry and willing to bite.
This one came home