High Waters Bring Big Reds Within Reach

The unusually high waters along Florida’s coast line so far this fall have had one great side effect for shore bound anglers. The big redfish have started to push into the back creaks and closer to shore, where they are accessible

During the fall, redfish can often times be observed chasing finger mullet around the inshore waters of Florida. This observation can be taken advantage of by “matching the hatch”

Top water lures that mimic mullet work well in the early and late hours of the day. Jerk baits and other soft plastic lures that mimic mullet are great during the heat of the day. Live finger mullet work very well and cut mullet works great in dirty/stained water..