Redfish School Is In

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Will Drost
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Huge redfish schools might be easy to spot, but they’re also easy to spook. Guides stress a stealthy approach, staying just inside casting distance.Brian Horsley
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Pros use tipped bucktail jigs, topwater poppers and gold spoons to tempt hungry mid-Atlantic reds on the surface.Brian Horsley
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Reds ready to rumble! When bulls are boiling like this, any lure or fly is sure to get clobbered right off. Capt. Clif Jones says there may be no better opportunity for fly-rodders to tangle with big fish.Capt. Robert Brodie
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This big red outraced a dozen others to grab a Yo-Zuri Surface Bull off Orange Beach, Alabama.Doug Olander
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Five anglers, five hookups.Capt. Devin Cage
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Mike Mazur
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To reduce stress on redfish, Capt. Scott MacCalla removes treble hooks from his plugs and replaces them with single J hooks.John Frazier
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Doug Olander