Category Archives: Tailing Redfish

Another Shot at “Tailing” Reds

Another Shot at “Tailing” Reds The rain to our immediate southeast had slid offshore and the breeze was dropping with the light. Coupled with it we had a ebbing tide about to turn. You got to love it. Things were … Continue reading

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On the Flats Presentation is King

On the Flats Presentation is King: Yesterday morning, it was proven to me once again – on the flats presentation is king, fly pattern is queen. No matter how big the “killer” reputation of your fly; no matter how much … Continue reading

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Water Temperature Fluctuations on the Flat

Water Temperature Fluctuations on the Flat: We just had four mornings in a row  in the low to mid forties. Folks, that’s chilly for southwest Florida. Obviously those nippy dawns also had an effect on water temperature. Prior the shallow … Continue reading

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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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