Guided over in Pascagoula, MS. on Friday and in Mobile Bay today in search of redfish. Started at 700am Friday morning over in the Pascagoula River and hit some very productive areas for redfish. Threw topwaters down shallow river banks and had some great strikes although many were short bites but it was very apparent they were redfish. Corks and Gulps! in this instance would have produced. Topwaters are more fun!  Switched to inline-spinnerbaits and hit area with lots of schooling pogies. Immediately, the first fat redfish hits the deck, followed by more. Found more fish on the edges with bait than anywhere else. Fished the river until 930am and then hit the marsh. Found redfish literally crawling in very shallow water spraying shrimp. Eyes, noses and gills out of the water. Picked off some more fish and looked around Grand Bay on a very low tide. Some fish over there but not great, especially at 130pm.

Today, we hit Mobile Bay and found more redfish than we knew what to do with and in all size ranges. Caught redfish on Gold Spoons, spinnerbaits and Gulp! Shrimp under Marsh Works Big Poppys. Also caught plenty of trout and flounder as well. Lots of redfish both days! Book now to experience the thrill of Redfish University.

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