Todays Catch365 Tip From Capt. Eric (http://www.freighttrainfishing.com)
Some of the hottest snook fishing of the summer in South Florida is found after a tropical storm or hurricane cruises just off the coast. While I would never wish a hurricane on anyone, a nice storm cruising up the gulfstream will often light the snook fishing on fire. Look for the snook (and very often mangrove and mutton snapper) to bite as the swell created from the storm starts to subside and the water starts to clear up. Don't wait too long though, the bite is usually only for a day or two after the storm passes!