September is here and fishing is still good. People this time of the year are busy with back to school issues and summer vacations are coming to an end. Business slows down for us every year at this time, but the trips we are doing are producing good boxes of trout and redfish. It is an excellent chance for you to get out and have an exciting fishing trip without all the boat traffic and real hot weather. Traditionally the birds will start feeding on big schools of fish that are feeding on shrimp that is exiting the bayous and marsh drains. We call this type of fishing "working the birds" and at times it can be non stop action. We will cast artificial lures under the birds and catch all types of fish. What is so exciting about this type of fishing is you never know what species of fish is feeding under these birds. Some schools are all quality speckled trout, huge or keeper redfish, sand trout, gulf trout, gafftop and some are mixed with a wide variety of species. We also fish some shell reefs and deep structure at times with artificial lures or live bait with good success. September and October have produced some of the best fishing trips we have ever had so if you get a chance, book a trip. Kids and family trips are very popular this time of year, because of the great fishing action. As for location we will most likely be fishing Trinity Bay or East Bay for the next 2 months. There is fish all over our bay system right now from lower Galveston all the way up to Burnett Bay. I have been getting good reports from all over. We have also been catching more keeper redfish over the past couple of weeks. There are some good schools of speckled trout and redfish in the areas we are fishing. Of course good weather is the key, with low winds and good tidal movement you should be able to catch a good box of fish. Well until next time, see you on the water.