Q:hey guys, i'm out on the border of the gulf of mexico right now, in pensacola fl. and its raining pretty good, but im just dying to get out there and fish. Now, its not a thunder storm, just some nice rain, and i was wondering if the rain might higher or lower my chances of catching some spanish, or anything else for that matter, today?
Q:Does anyone know a lot about flounder gigging? Is it better late at night or early in the morning before sunrise? Also, what is the ideal water temperature and lunar phase and all that kinda stuff? I'm going to the MS Coast for work this week and the hotel is on the beach so I figure why not. Last time I did it I came back with four but I think that was more luck than anything.
Q:While many folks are getting fired up about hunting season in the not-too-distant future, salt water fishing is just fine here on the Gulf Coast. Went out this morning with friends and we caught our limit of king mackerel by 8:30 (nice ones) and a load of big Spanish mackerel. On the way back in through the pass, we saw two big redfish caught and one doormat of a flounder. Is anyone else taking advantage of the great saltwater fishing this time of year?