In August the almost non-existent winter continued with warm water and not much rain. There were lots of mullet and small flathead in the Brunswick River. I fished around with soft plastics and light leaders and occasionally snagged some of the mullet. Even the smallest flathead seem unable to resist a soft plastic, pulled across the sandy bottom in front of them.
The river is a beautiful spot but is best fished at dawn or dusk, mid-week. The rest of the time it is quite busy with boats and swimmers and the fish tend to settle in the quieter areas. Of course, there is always one inconsiderate knobhead who decides to put his jetski in (they are prohibited in the river). I console myself in the knowledge that karma being what it is, jet skiers will be reincarnated as baitfish in the next life, and give them a wave.