Sight Fishing for Reds
Capt. Jeremy Mathis
March 5, 2015
Key Largo - Saltwater Fishing Report
As the cooler weather subsided we started to see redfish becoming more active up on the flats. The swirling winds made it difficult to spot them at times but when we did and made good presentations they ate. This is some of the most exciting fishing you will ever do. A 30" Redfish on 10lb line in less than a foot of water will always get the blood flowing. I took my good friend Justin, from Hawaii, out with me this past weekend. Spotting a Redfish in choppy water is a bit of a challenge but we managed to land a nice oversized fish before heading for cover.
With a new Rod in hand, Justin was ready to test the drag on his first Snook. We boated a few Mangrove Snapper and then it happened. While I had my back turned, I heard my song, the sound of his dragging singing my tune!! He fought the fish perfectly, keeping it out of the mangroves and off the bottom of the boat. We ended the day with a smile and headed off the the ramp.
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