Fished yesterday up the ICW with some local guys and just whaled on the redfish. We fished the first couple of spots with no luck and the third one did the trick. I poled them down a flat and ran into a school of about six hundred reds. Everything was perfect, as the sun was high, wind was low, water was clear, and the fish were biting. Ended day with about fifteen to twenty reds, most of them around the nine to ten pound range. We used smaller and darker baits such as the 3″ Gulp Shrimp in the natural color rigged on a 1/4oz Gamakatsu Round 26 grub head. We didn’t use the first piece of live bait.. It was a great day and fortunate to be out there!!
-Capt Mike Able