Schooling Redfish

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First one to hand and ate well even before the sun came out to warm us.

While the winter cold fronts blow through in between these fronts the fishing can be very good in Port Aransas.

Yesterday saw temps in the low 40’s but the sun came out around noon, the winds calmed just enough, and with temps reaching 65F we took the opportunity to go hunt some redfish. We found several large schools of fish and the redfish were eating both flies and soft plastics with reckless abandon. Early tide changes helped keep the action going through most of the day.

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Pulled this nice redfish from a school of 100+ fish!

Many quality redfish came to the boat today with most of them 20-28 inches.

The next few days are open for charters if anyone wants to take advantage of the hot fishing and moderate winds. Give me a call asap to get on board!

Capt Kenjo (361)500-2552


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  1. Capt Ken

    Fly fishing for redfish was just as good today! They’re eating big meat flies in pink and also in black. Hard hitting fish make hooksets easy. Don’t listen to the weatherman on TV, and forget NOAA reports. The winds were light and variable with intermittent bluebird skies! Even had a bull redfish tail right in front of the boat!

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