The red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus), also known as channel bass, redfish,
spottail bass or ... Red drum live to be 60 years old unless caught. ... 600 mm red
drum (just under two feet long) would wei...
Feb 27, 2010 ... Lots of anglers want to know just how do we catch redfish. ... They live in and
around the estuaries along the eastern seaboard and gulf coast of ...
Sep 2, 2015 ... Redfish experts divulge their secrets to success. ... “I knew that cut ladyfish were
one of the best redfish baits there is, but I didn't know bull reds would eat a ....
sometimes getting live bait is impossible, and that's when good ...
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Jun 18, 2013 ... This episode shows a few effective techniques. Other techniques not mentioned
are topwater and suspended baits I prefer to fish the Unfair ...
May 2, 2014 ... Redfish of all sizes inhabit brackish creeks, marshes, grass flats, ... For big reds,
live baits like mullet, croakers and mud minnows are the top ...
Would you like to travel and catch fish using the very knowledge that has made
you successful. ... shines when the wind blows, a not uncommon situation where
redfish live. ... Generally redfish do not like it to fast, a nice steady motion does it.
Mar 30, 2014 ... A veteran of bull-redfish battles, Dee Kaminski gives some great advice on
finding, ... Florida's east coast are the only place where redfish live their entire
lives inshore. .... Do not jerk the bait too hard or you will spook the fish.
Sep 22, 2016 ... Redfish don't have teeth, and thus won't bite you off. They do live around
structure, however, and a leader may help prevent break-offs. Another ...
Aug 22, 2013 ... "He did a little tagging back in the 1980s. ... Size: Redfish can grow to 40 inches
and weigh more than 40 pounds on the Gulf Coast ... Habitat: Juveniles live in
sea grass meadows and over muddy and sand bottoms in inshore ...
Unlike live bait tossed into grass or mangroves to lure the redfish out, cut bait ... of
not frightening the fish, as boats with motors or too much movement may do.