Bill May - Fishing Insider
Bill retired from the U.S. Army in 1988 and then held various aviation-company jobs throughout the northeast and Midwest. He and his wife, Edie, moved to St. Augustine in 2000 for Bill to manage a U.S. Coast Guard program at Cecil Field in Jacksonville. They moved to Palm Coast in 2002 and after a short “retirement,” Bill went to work for Watson Realty, where he still works as a Broker Associate. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Columbus State College and a master’s degree from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. Bill enjoys boating and fishing and is one of the directors of the Flagler Sportfishing Club, the largest club of its type in northeast Florida.
The largest variable for February fishing is going to be our weather. If we continue to have unseasonably warm weather and high winds, then the best bet for catching more fish will be to refer to your fishing journal for last spring. If we finally get another cold snap then we can look forward to our last month of winter fishing.