September is the month when temperatures in southwest Florida begin to moderate and cool off a little, and the fishing begins to heat up, especially for redfish. The closer to fall we get, the hotter the fishing becomes.
Erick Wickstrom put together a couple of absolutely stellar days of fishing in late September, boating a two day total of more than 140 redfish, snook, trout, ladyfish, and jacks. He had a blast with all those fish, and I had a blast just being there with him. Great job, Eric! You were THE man to beat in September!
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