There is usually a transition in August, the snook get back on the move and some of the spots that have been productive throughout the earlier part of the summer will go blank. This was the case this morning with Reece Lansberg and Mark Phillips holding down the foredeck. We couldn’t buy a bite at daylight but they hung in there until we found the fish in the grass beds down south. There were red’s, tailing in the grass and schools of black drum loitering on the fringes. We had some fast action with the red’s, sometimes having two or three in sight at one time. These guy’s can cast and I almost feel sorry for the red who shows his tail within casting range, (almost, but not quite.) Here’s a picture of Reece with a snook he sighted in a Gulf side lagoon, and here’s a couple more of the red’s.