Welcome to our Redfish Fishing Home Page
The redfish is found from southern New Jersey to Florida and all across the Gulf Coast. Redfish are primarily found inshore and they are very popular among recreational anglers. Most redfish range from 5 to 15 pounds, but the big bull redfish can weigh as much as 70 pounds.
You can catch redfish many different ways. Redfish can be found in so many different places inshore, but the tides usually dictate when and how they feed. In the shallows, a high tide will help position redfish along the shorelines, on the flats, near the mangroves and other types of shallow cover. Most anglers will target redfish on the flats, where you can often sight fish for them. During low tides, redfish will move off of the flats and into the deeper water nearby. The cuts and channels will provide some of the best fishing opportunities during a low tide. If you are fishing deeper water near a bridge, pier, pass or in the bay, you have a better chance of finding some of the bigger bull redfish (redfish that are over 27 inches). Redfish can be caught on shrimp, crabs and many different types of bait fish. Live baits and cut baits work well for redfish.
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