Bowfishing is still going strong. The big rays are still everywhere, and mullet are getting nice and fat! This week’s full moon created some rocking tides, causing the redfish and snook to feed like crazy. Spawning is over, so snook are beginning to feed heavy for the winter. They spread out from the beaches where mating occurs to inshore flats and even offshore. The deep water cuts heading to the backcountry have been producing well. The redfish have been holding in the deeper holes, so get there as the tide starts to push in. When the water begins to cover the oyster bars and mangroves, the fish will move in there to feed. Watch for cold fronts. Fish move into their winter haunts as water temperatures drop.