Winter is a great time to fish and explore the Marsh
Crystal clear water coupled with an abundance of migratory shore birds and wildlife makes for some beautiful sights. The fishing can be great with the right weather. Redfish are in large schools making them easy targets. Our approach is simple, quietly poling shore lines and shallow bars, casting small flies and lures, and looking for laid up fish. Over the past few months we have patterned most fish hanging in deeper pockets just off of shallow bars. As March comes to an end the Redfish will begin breaking out of the winter schools and start feeding primarily on blue crabs as they begin the molting process. The first push of warmer water will kick off Flounder and Sea Trout fishing. Spring is just around the corner which means we will be in full swing within the next few weeks. If you are planning on booking a trip please call ahead as we are filling up for Spring/Summer. Heres to warm weather and longer days.
Captain Jeff Lattig