Thankfully the monsoon is over. But the ten inches of rain have wacked up the fishing (temporarily) with a sudden drop in water temperature from 88 to 82; a big drop in salinity levels and a brown staining of the water from the mangrove runoff. The westerly winds haven’t helped either as they muddy the incoming water. But all that will pass in just a few days as our hot summer returns. Look for improving conditions this weekend and then carrying through the week. Adding to the mix of impediments however is a full moon early weekend with racing tides, especially the afternoon outgoing. That, too, will ease come mid week as we regain normalcy. Good news, the winds remain relatively placid and will help the water go clean and green as they ease in velocity.