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Old 11-27-2012, 08:32 PM   #21
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For the bull reds that are schooling in the bay all you need is a 1-2 oz red and white or red and yellow bucktail jig from wal-mart. they are like $1.75 each and work great. I also put a berkley gulp yellow(chartruse) screw tail worm on my bucktail jigs the last trip and we caught about 15 in 3 hrs. We also used some split tail plastics on the jig and they worked just as well.

Follow the birds...nothing fancy just cast and retrieve...

Note: we also tried all morning with a few top water lures and not a single strike...

Chum is a waste of time and money when fishing for bull reds...

Also, two thumbs up to the dad I saw out there on Thanksgiving morning with 2 little guys on board couldnt have been older than 12 and they were kicking some redfish butts...those kids were fighting em like pros. I think they were in a 20ft Century...Awesome
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