Redfish Fly Fishing
Redfish are primarily inshore species, spending the majority of their time in the estuaries, bays, and saltwater lagoons of our coasts, but are also common along the beaches and even offshore in some locations. Redfish are one of the most sought-after species in the southeast.
Redfish primarily feed on crabs during the first few years of life, and after which switch to a more varied diet of crabs, fish and shrimp. Productive imitations are of course shrimp as well as mullet, pinfish, sardines, small blue crabs, or shad imitations.