Weather and tides were too perfect not to throw the jig a little before work this morning (middle outgoing tide with just the right amount of wind) Caught a nice one on a white/white/blue First Light Jig a few casts in, and then as it was time to go this big girl thumped the jig at my feet. Nothing like having a snook almost jerk the rod out of your hand before your first cup of coffee! The Gulfstream Lures Skimmer Flair in Orange/Char/Blue was too tempting for her not to take a shot at! Steady retrieve about mid water column was what the snookies were looking for this morning.
Snook fishing should really start to open up over the next month, it is a great time of year to catch a big one on the jig. If you need some help with figuring the snook out on lures, consider hiring Capt. Eric (http://www.freighttrainfishing.com/) for a night. He is dialed in and has a lot of good knowledge to pass along. I had caught a few snook on flair hawks before I started fishing with him, but nothing like the numbers and size of snook I'm catching now.
Thanks to everybody for checking out the report.