by Capt. Billy Pipkin
This has been quite an unusual year with world events, but in the fishing world, all remains consistent and upbeat.
As the summer season ebbs, September offers a number of species for our angling pleasure. Spanish mackerel, bluefish, red drum, speckled trout and spot are among the main draws.
Spanish mackerel will continue to be available until late month. They have been very abundant throughout the summer, with sizes ranging from the minimum 14 inches up to whopping 6-pound citations measuring around 30 inches. They lend themselves well to baking, grilling or smoking…
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