It’s a summertime pattern, calm mornings followed by heat and thunderstorms. We’ve been fishing early, leaving the dock an hour before daylight in order to be on the bite when the sun rises. With a favorable tide there is lots of action, lots of bait in the water and lots of active snook. Reds, too. Here’s a photograph of Farrow Allen with a dawn patrol snook.
July 26, 2007