Another tough weather week with stout winds out of the SE, rare sun, cloudy skies, high humidity, and rain often on the horizon. The extreme low tides continued this week as well, complicating back country and skinny flat accessibility. Water started coming back up to normal levels as the week finished out, and continues to even out. Permit fishing was understandably tough but we still managed some limited success. Bonefish in the mangrove-fringed flats were the most sought after species of the week with the wind conditions, tarpon and snook came to the rescue too. There are a lot of turtles out in the bays mating and starting to come up on the beaches and false lay as well.