Fishing was so-so today. There were plenty of fish, but they weren't real hungry.
But I did get some sort of slam. I got a snook, gag grouper and a large flounder -- all on D.T. Special flies. Strange, but true.
I fished with Scott Dempsey of Tampa, a very good fly angler. Scott's 29.5-inch snook was the big fish for the morning.
Most of the fish hit D.T. Specials. Scott also used a small Polar Fiber minnow.
We saw some really big fish, but had not takers. Many of the fish we cast to simply moved out of the way. The snook weren't aggressive by any means.
Sight-fishing for snook along the beach should remain decent for at least another month. It's a great way to learn how to sight-fish and how to catch fish on a fly.