In the Big Bend its “Winter Mode”!

December 8, 2008

Looks like the “pro’s” at the N.W.S. might have gotten it right. Record low temp’s in both October and November have started pushing fish further inshore all over the Big Bend region. Grouper populations, as well as other pelagics spend the summer months offshore, then migrate to nearshore waters as the temp’s drop. Other species, such as Trout, Snook, Cobia and Permit , also seek out the warmer nearshore waters during the winter months. With water temp’s approaching the 50’s off the Citrus and Levy county coasts, we go into “winter mode” and move into the skinny water inshore, as […]

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