Fall is moving in and its has been incredible . Our water temperatures are in the high 60's, which is right at norm for us especially with our mild night time temps. .Current outside temperatures are going into the high 70's plus some cooler mild days. These great water temps have the fish fired up. Reds are piled up in creeks to the big rocks at the Mayport inlet. Just this week I saw a big school of reds on top of the water. The bull reds have pushed up to the edges of the St. John's River are getting ready to migrate out to deep water offshore though a small number will remain. Some really nice fish in the 30 and 40 plus pound range have been common.Lots of bait starting to move up to the Inlet at Mayport and the fish are beginning to zone in on the feed bag.Good numbers of bait mean lots of opportunties.The bait has eased out of the river and ICW to the mouth of the river . This change will have these fish looking for offerings both live and artificial.. Look for the reds,trout,black drum and sheepshead to eat well.The trout have begun to school up on the creek drops and we have been getting them on topwater plugs along with soft plastic Gulp in New Penny. Its a great time to fish and the action has been hot and heavy!As we move into November and push to December look for the reds to push into the ICw and its feeder creeks in large numbers! With the lack of small pesky bait stealers it makes for alot of action on good quality fish. Get up and get out!! Call me.