Stalworth to Sandestin is Clear!

I had my breakfast at the beach and took a walk this morning. It’s absolutely gorgeous!  The water is a clear glass-green with a bit of chop. There is a fair amount of sargassum on the beach but only a few balls of it in the water, which is warmer than it has been recently but not as hot as it usually is by August. There is 0 June grass!
Keep an eye on the thunderheads. I could see some rain to the east and when I started hearing thunder regularly I got off the beach. I counted 17 medium-large stingrays along less than half a mile of beach so caution and shuffling feet are a must today. There are a lot of other fish in the water today too: baby pompano, redfish, small kingfish, half beaks, and a few schools of what I think were hardhead catfish. The gulls and terns are having a field day, so it may be a good fishing day. Enjoy!






Posted on August 9, 2014, in Beach Conditions, June Grass. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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