Last night on my way out the house, I had to turn around, go back inside to grab a long sleeve t-shirt. Fall is in the air! My labs are starting to get antsy as they can smell it too. Teal duck season opens this Saturday and you can bet I will be in the blind, unless I get a call to catch some tunas. I would not say summer is over yet but we are moving into a fall pattern. The air temps are starting to decrease making it a little bit more comfortable offshore. One of my personal favorite times to fish, Shrimp Boat season is right around the corner. The Cobia should be showing up really thick, close in about now as well. As usual the Mangrove Snapper are plentiful. The last letter I received from NOAA stated that the Red Snapper quota 2010 was not met and should be added to the 2011 season. Therefore, we may have a slim chance of a late fall Red Snapper season. We will have more info on this after September 12th. The tuna will be getting bigger as they attempt to fatten up for the winter. Give Maegan a call and get your trip booked. We have boats available for almost any day you pick for the next two months. Stay safe out there.