Winter-time redfishing has been top notch lately. The water has been really clear and the fish have been schooled up in huge numbers in certain spots.
We've had a really mild winter, allowing the water temps to stay up and keep the redfish in
The bite has been really good on both flies and weedless soft plastics.
I would consider this to be North Carolina sight-fishing at it's best. Clear water, and hungry fish schooled up in only a few inches of water.
The big schools of winter-time redfish should last from now through March before the schools break up.
There has been a good size range of fish from 16" to close to 30" on the bigger fish.
Great time of year to get your kids on their first redfish too.
Nothing better than seeing your son cast to and hook up on a big redfish in shallow water.