Here's Mike again with one of his several hard pulling reds with Capt. Tricia this day. 

Water clarity has basically been good in most places, but there is still a bit of brown tide floating around. It's patchy and follows the wind, but hopefully the past three days of 4O plus mph winds pushed  some new gulf water in through the Brazos Santiago Pass.

The East Cut has flow but still not much volume, and it just doesn't look like there's much hope for dredging in the foreseeable future.

Still...fishing has been good and should only get better during the next month.