Its that time of year when the weather is unpredictable and can leave you standing at the dock, scratching your head and wondering were to go. The beauty of where we fish is the options are plentiful. We may not always load the boat down with limits of trout or reds but we will always do our best to show you a good time. With the reefs and bridges at our disposal, a bad weather day could turn into a good day of fishing. Black drum and redfish thrive on the food sources that make these structures their homes. The marsh areas that line the north shore of the bay can produce just enough fish to make it a memorable trip. Sometimes it will surprise you with limits of reds or a box full of flounder. Just the other day the wind kicked up to the point we could barely hold our hats on. We had nothing to do but hide in the grass for the last few minutes of the day. We left our spot with a box of beautiful flounder, a couple of reds, and some wind burnt smiles!