Al was onboard for some nighttime Snook on fly action. The daytime had been a little on the windy side but by evening the wind died off somewhat and seeing that we were fishing the eastern shoreline we were pretty protected from the wind. Winter seems to have arrived late and left early this year and the temperature was perfect. The Snook were out in decent numbers but were not crazy eager to eat the fly. The first few lights we hit the fish were pretty cooperative but after that they seemed to slow down on the bite. Al did well to land a few fish and catch his first nighttime Snooks on fly. He’d played golf all day prior to coming fishing, so I believe his bigger accomplishment was having enough energy left to be able to wield the fly rod for the evening.
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