Well get it together if your not geared up,the fish are arriving and I would suggest to be ready.
The smaller migratory species have begun to move in and then the maturer ones come just after. These will be bigger and a lot more fun, we have seen Juvi Pompano with a few keepers each day along browards beaches, Bluefish are thick, Snook in the troughs, Tarpon are passing heading south in small pods of 6 to 8 and most are over 100lbs, Spanish Mackerel have moved back into the shallows now but we should see more once the water Temps make a more permanent drop into the middle to upper 70s.
Snapper bite has been pretty good with nice size Mutton snapper and some big Mangroves, day time some nice Yellowtail snapper.
The mullet are still flowing south in very good numbers and I am still seeing pilchards around and now have started to see the Sardines pass heading south, Ribbonfish have also started showing at night and a few pods of Goggle eyes.
I would bet that on the next good NE wind the bite picks up and if we could get an early cold front this would just help to kick it in to full gear.
So be ready to do some fishing, reline, stock up and prepare to catch some fish if you have the time.