fish were holding on edges and humps near deep water.
Rutland saved his day when he ran to Middle Bay Lighthouse and the range markers south of it where he found fish that averaged 20 inches long and a couple measuring upward of 24 inches willing to bite live shrimp under a slip cork.
Local runoff has stained the rivers slightly, but considering only nominal precipitation appears in forecasts over the next week or so and daytime and nighttime temperatures gradually decreasing, I fully expect to see an improvement in fishing near and above the Mobile Bay Causeway and also in the Pascagoula River Basin.
Inshore guide Richard Rutland said he, too, was watching the weather radar all weekend and jumping with joy after realizing the cold front wasn't going to mess up what's setting up to be a very good fall fishing season on the Mobile Tensaw Delta.
Rutland said he hasn't been catching his redfish in the Apalachee River's west mouth, also known as Devil's Cut, but said that area is very similar to areas he's targeting.
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Inshore guide George Harrison said some big speckled trout and a few upper slot redfish and nice flounder were caught from the Mobile River as the cold front passed through on Saturday . None of the three species has shown up in large numbers and folks have to work for the fish they catch.
If you were like me, you were doing the happy dance when it became clear that the heavy rainfall predicted for the central Gulf Coast wasn't going to materialize.
Rutland also heard good reports of keeper specks being caught under diving gulls near the end of the runway at Arlington earlier this week. The east and northeast winds forecast for the next few days tend to muddy that area, but it'd be worth a look.
On Thursday, however, Rutland found that the Delta is still just teasing fishermen, giving up just a few redfish and speckled trout here and there.
In places he caught up to 50 specks in a morning last week, he managed only a few short fish. Even the good redfish bite, that he said had moved from the bays above the Causeway to grass edges near deeper water in the 9 foot range below it, was slow.
Pogies are scarce for folks hoping to net their own, so Harrison said fishing live shrimp under slip corks and on free lines and split shot rigs to cover more of the water column is the most effective way to find specks and redfish.
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Fishermen doing 'happy dance' since fall fishing still on track
On the upside, Miller said bass do appear to be ganging up on points where they're susceptible to crankbaits and spinnerbaits.
The flounder will eat Carolina rigged live shrimp and plastic grubs worked slowly along the bottom.
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Smaller fish are continuing to push north, but with water temperatures still in the 80s, fall fishing is still one good cold front away from busting loose. (Courtesy Lynn Pridgen)
Bass fishing guide Wayne Miller said rain that fell Saturday has stained the Mobile River to the point that the DOA shrimp bass bite has shut down.
rivers are forecast to continue falling back toward normal levels with the Mobile River settling in at Asics Black Boots 3 feet by the weekend.
The Tensaw and Blakeley rivers remain stained, but I heard fish are biting on the flats flush with eel grass.
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