Patterns changing with north breezes, cool weather

Large redfish have been showing in the marshes with elevated autumn tides. 

 

Despite it saying fall on the calendar, most fish and fowl have been in warm weather mode until the recent cold front blew through this week.

“For the past 20 days we have been getting most of our fish in 7-9 feet of water,” said guide James Plaag. “It’s the same thing we did all summer.”

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