November was punctuated by a couple of weekend cold spells that led to slow fishing. Oh, there were fish- it was just a lot of work to catch them, and the November winds made conditions less than ideal.
The last few weeks yielded flounder, a few late season snapper, undersized snook, macks, short grouper and even a nice bluefish:
Just to change things up a bit, I headed out on Miss Pass-A-Grille over Thanksgiving weekend. Since it was only a half day trip, the catch was less than spectacular. Still, there are some pretty decent grouper making the move into the shallower coastal waters:
Flounder have been a target, as bait continues to school at Blind Pass and the piers in Pass-A-Grille. And, as usual, Mike (from Michigan) is the flounder king: