Posted By Kris/ In Castaway Lodge Fishing / Monday, February 23, 2009

Staying On Redfish

With the Trout bite fairly sketchy right now, we've been riding shoulder to shoulder Redfish for the best action. With the sun finally emerging, today's action was the most "visually impressive" that I've seen in awhile. Special thanks to Mr. Ed G.; Mike F. aka "Jellyfish" and his crew along with Robert J. and guests here at The Lodge over the weekend.

Jellyfish, the boys, and I worked'em over well with soft plastics releasing numerous fish and running into a little bit of an oversize problem. Capt. James Cunningham reported the same thing with the Robert J. group. Lots of bulls pushing the calves around.
 

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