By Capt. Brylee
Special to the Pioneer
September has begun to do its job in cooling the coastal waters.
Whereas a few weeks ago the temperatures were in the mid 80s, they have begun to fall.
This week water temperatures have ranged from 81-83 degrees. Although this is a change of just a few degrees, it is often all the fish need to start feeding more.
As fall sets in the temperatures are sure to only cool more and more quickly. This will open far more off-shore opportunities for amberjack, red snapper, and grouper.
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