A little cold front has pushed through the area cooling down the air temps as well as the water temps. The tides are low on the outside making for good sight casting conditions. Snook and Redfish are crawling around looking for some prey that can no longer take shelter in the mangrove roots, this makes for very good conditions to sight fish them with baitfish patterns. The water in the backcountry is getting low as well, same thing happens, the baitfish can no longer hide in the comfort of the mangrove roots. Snook prowl down the shorelines looking for something good to eat. Lots a smaller Snook are in the back now with some larger ones mixed in. The water in the back is warmer and can heat up faster during the day helping these cold blooded fish turn on to eat. Some reds are mixed in as well. And if your just looking to catch fish, Speckled Trout are very willing to take a jig in some of the deeper runs. Fishing has been pretty good.