Florida Bay

Tip of the week 
Techniques 

Well cold fronts are plaguing us like the northern U.S. When that happens fishing changes and so can technique. I will at times blind cast a bait fish pattern with a color that sticks out or at times blends with other bait in the area. I simply cast and retrieve for "potluck" fishing, its all about bending a rod and this is a good way keeping a fly in the water ups the odds. A fly with flash sometimes works to get a response and sometimes a slow strip gets the nod, regardless its all fun being out in nature.

Seven-day forecast 

HIGH PRESSURE WILL KEEP THE WEATHER MOSTLY QUITE FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS, WITH THE SOUTHEAST WIND SLOWLY SUBSIDING.SEAS WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO SUBSIDE AND WILL BE GENERALLY CALM TO SMOOTH THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF THE WEEK.BY THE WEEKEND, THE WIND IS FORECAST TO TURN MORE NORTHERLY ONCE AGAIN AND INCREASE TO 15 TO 20 KNOTS. THIS WILL CAUSE SEAS TO BUILD ONCE AGAIN FOR THE WEEKEND.

Conditions 

Cooler, fall-like weather (for Florida) but windy as the week progresses..

Must Have Flies 
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Lefty's Deceiver white/green 1/0/ or2/0 Buy from Orvis.com
Grand Slam Crab tan-brown-green 1-1/0 Buy from Orvis.com
Clouser Minnow white/chart 1/0 Buy from Orvis.com
Tarpon Toad tan-green 1/0 or 2/0 Buy from Orvis.com
Capt. Dave Hunt
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