Bays are yielding all the usual suspects: redfish, trout, sheepshead and black drum.
With the improvements in the weather predicted this week, fishing should be good just about anywhere.
Scott Garrison at Deep Sea Headquarters said offshore trips are producing kingfish, vermillion snapper and Atlantic sharpnose shark. The 36 to 48-hour floater trips brought back yellowfin and blackfin tuna, lots of big amberjack and dorado.
Duane Foster at Woody's Sports Center said anglers are catching redfish in the flats, sheepshead off the jetties and mangrove snapper and sand trout in the bays.
Redfish Bay anglers have been reeling in the redfish and black drum, according to MaryAnn Heimann at Offshore Adventures.
Tracy Ingalls at Barnacle Bill's Pier House said anglers on Horace Caldwell Pier have been catching whiting, sand trout and redfish at night, using shrimp or squid.
A spokesperson at Dolphin Dock said offshore anglers have caught Atlantic sharpnose shark, kingfish, vermilion snapper and a big Mako shark this week.