The water temps have warmed up an entire 10 degrees or so the last few couple of weeks with the summertime weather pattern we've been enjoying recently here in Southwest Florida. We have found water up into the mid 70's on the flats. Snook seem to be the most prevalent bite this week on the flats along with dozens of seatrout. We've been fishing the first half of the incoming tide concentrating our casts around mullet schools and along the edges of potholes. Plenty of action on fly using small baitfish patterns and soft plastics like Mirrolure 3" paddletails in white with chartreuse tail and rootbeer. Snook have been in the 24-29" range.