Reaction Charters inshore near shore fishing report

March 15th, 2011 by Capt. Mark Armstrong | Comments Off

With the fluctuations in the weather lately, the fishing has been just as unpredictable. We have had several days with outstanding numbers of redfish and have had some slow days also. With the warm weather creeping back the redfish bite will become more consistent. The flounder and trout will also be showing up in good numbers soon. Several flounder have already been caught and we had a 14” speckled trout last week! The redfish have been schooled up in large schools throughout the day but as the water heats up they will start to disperse during the higher tide stages and school again as the tide falls. This is a good time to fish Gulp baits or curly tail grubs with a lot of action. These fish still want an easy meal so keep it slow!! As the water temperatures heat up faster retrieves with spoons, spinnerbaits and topwater lures will become effective on the reds and trout.
Capt. Mark
REACTION CHARTERS
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