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Redfish

Redfish

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Known as much for its light flavor as for the heavy fight it gives when hooked, the redfish is a unique and beautiful sport fish. Its love for shallow-water flats and willingness to pounce on almost any food-like morsel it see makes this species a favorite of fly fishers and conventional anglers alike.

Like most shallow-water species, redfish follow the tide up onto grassy flats and marshes in search of food, where they scan submerged vegetation and soft mud for crustaceans and other morsels. Redfish will feed in water just inches deep, and tailing activity is most common at dawn and dusk. Other hot spots can include mangroves, oyster beds, the muddy areas around jetties and pier pilings along the Gulf Coast from Texas to Florida and up the Atlantic Coast as far north as Virginia.