I’m headed out tomorrow but not sure about heading that far south. My son is heading to to Boot camp (USMC) next month and wants a tripletail. With that said, I might could go south early and hunt tripletail on the way in. If the snapper aren’t biting we would head back in since he has a target species and needs some light. All that said, text me in the morning and we will see what’s up....Sam 228-238-5784
my 2 cents on the TT. I fish for them a lot and Ive found that the clear sunny days are the best. From my experience they seem to be a lot more spookish on cloudy days. As far as them being out after a rain,as long as it hasn't messed the salinity up and the temp didn't drop, they will be around.
One day last year, took two guys on a cloudy day, saw over a dozen fish did not get one to bite, everything spooked them. I think the clouds allow them to see better or either the reflection does something that they don't like. The reason I didn't post this on your thread is because some of these folks get their panties in a wad when talking about TT. LAst year another member and I were talking about catching them and a couple guys got plum mad at us, so I figured I would just PM you. haven't caught any this year, the water hasn't been right for where I fish,but it should be getting better by the day.I'm def not an expert,but I am learning more each year.They are fun to hunt and catch.