September 1, 2019 | by Steve Beare
September 1st this year brings us a different D-Day as everyone along the east coast is completing final preparations for Hurricane Dorian’s impact. Prior to this week, the high Southeast winds and onshore swell brought large amounts of seaweed along the beach shoreline which has made fishing difficult. Following the predicted rainfall, we should have a steady flow of fresh water into the estuary. Target relief canals, culverts and spillways for the opportunity at awaiting Snook, Trout and juvenile Tarpon. For all those along the east coast of Florida we wish you a safe storm. Wish us luck. Please Dorian take a right turn North into the Atlantic!