Spring flounder bite is at full speed. The water has warmed up and the bait is showing up in the creeks and waterway. We are catching 10 to 15 flounder on our half day charters with 6 to 10 being keeper in the 16″ to 20″ range. There also have been a few door mats too. Drifting mud minnows on Carolina rigs has been the most product way to catch flounder. When the bite slows down we anchor at the creek months or around docks casting mud minnows or gulp baits on Carolina rigs and 1/4oz Blue Water Candy jig heads.
The redfish bite in the Intracoastal Waterway has been awesome. When the tide is high, fish near the grass at the edge of the docks and when the tide is low fish out in front of the docks and in the deep hole in the creeks. The best baits for redfish have been mud minnows or Gulp baits. The key in the spring is not to work the bait or lures too quickly as redfish wonâ€™t chase your very far. By far live shrimp have been the best baits but they are hard to find this time of year. A secret weapon for the redfish in the spring is a cut soft shell blue crab.
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