I have been fishing the Lox since December with very good success on the smaller snook and juvie tarpon - Bass .
All of my efforts are with the fly rod and (NLFFB) no live fish for bait - chumming or baiting . Fishing with 6-7 weight rods and only running into an occasional guide (mostly fishing jacks) up in the brackish water - but plenty of paddlers
on or in kayaks / paddleboards . I have been using small baitfish patterns and topwater foam flies . On the light fly rods this is a great fishery - catching swordspine / tarpon/ and fat and common snook . I have been looking for a source for id'ing these smaller snook and up to now going by the spines in the anal fin - are there any guides available
that cover all the information .
Will this help?
yes thank you seen this info - dk
mostly blind casting at structure and ambush points - and always in moving water . Low light topwater with foam gurglers and sinking lines and small spoon flies / snapper imitations . That's right tiny flies by anyones standards ...but anyways when you can consistently catch smaller fish where larger versions of the species exist - you have health in the system .