Category Archives: Tailing Redfish

A Few Redfish

Well, the wind have been  hellacious of late.  Whipping out of the northeast and now out of the southeast.  No way I dared launch the kayak. This morning NOAA even listed a rip current warning for my area. Surprise, surprise. … Continue reading

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Tailing Reds in the Fog

Last night I put the Adios on the roof of the car, knowing there was a minus low tide today, right at dawn. By 5:00 AM the coffee was perking. By 6:30 AM I was paddling – out into the … Continue reading

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Fly Fishing for Tailing Reds

Fly fishing for tailing reds in Charlotte Harbor is challenging business. Real challenging. As tough a fishery as I have ever seen. First off the reds only tail under perfect conditions. Low water, low light, and low wind. Even then, … Continue reading

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Low Tides lead to Tailing Reds

We’re stuck in a weird weather pattern. In fact, the damn weather has been off all year. Right now we have August temperatures in November. That’s crazy sh*t. The only good news is that we are starting to get those … Continue reading

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Today’s Biggest Red

Caught a few this morning from the Adios. Here’s today’s biggest red. It weighted a crack over nine pounds on the Boga. Decent redfish for these waters. No it wasn’t on a fly, unfortunately. The fish were out of range. … Continue reading

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