When it’s 95 degrees outside, there’s a cooler way to enjoy some great fishing action – go at night! Snook, trout, and even redfish can be caught in the relative cool of the night. I love to fish both live and artificial baits around local residential docks for all of these species. Floating a live sardine of jumbo shrimp down-current around dock structures is almost a can’t-miss tactic. Good tidal flow is important, and I like to fish higher water so there’s plenty of cover around the docks. Lighted docks are my target. While it’s tempting to toss baits right up under the lights – don’t! Throwing a bait up-current, or around the periphery of the light is a much better approach. You will spook the fish you can see by repeatedly throwing at them. Also, the big fish are usually deeper, and in the shadows. Give me a call or text me to get in on this action- 813-760-6735.