We're getting to that time of year when its supposed to be getting more difficult. After tomorrows big blow the water will definetly cloudy up but its followed by a calm period and rising Spring tides which might help to clear conditions - this is October but it sounds like many reports I made in June or July and August.
It may be a litle cooler than normal and light conditions are lower but this doesnt mean the fish aren't there - they are, its just has been so difficult for the last six months to find them that I no longer consider the weather difficulty as a barrier but rather another challenge - as if we needed one.
Fish are fewer in number (dont laugh) but the quality is superb - I hooked and lost one this morning in about three feet of water both of us were asleep I think, I would guess the fish at around the 8lb mark. He was on the bottom of a long deep trough.
Who knows what next week holds (south south westerlies, overcast, cool, the normal) but I wish you