Fall redfish roundup
Crimson convoy rolling from Charlotte Harbor to Homosassa
Redfish seldom lack for appetite. They're kind of like dogs — they'll eat whenever food's available. However, with days growing shorter and temperatures falling, forage sources will soon start to dwindle and those with copper scales will be pushing hard to pack on the weight they'll need to last through winter's leanness.
Throughout the Gulf Coast, inshore anglers will enjoy plenty of opportunities to stretch their string with feisty reds willing to bite just about anything that appears ...
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