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|09-03-2008, 08:36 PM||#1|
Ruby Red Lip
Join Date: Sep 2008
why redfish at night
Why are a majority of bull reds caught around 3 mile bridge caught at night vice in the day. TIDES, BOAT TRAFFIC, TIME TO GO, CRAB MOVEMENT. ANY OPINIONS.
TROLLING WITH STRETCH 20-25'S WHAT COLOR, SPEED, DEPTH TO FOLLOW, LB TEST LINE AFFECT.
POSSIBLE SITE FISHING LOCALS, AND SPECK HAUNTS.
HAVE VACATION HOME RENTED IN BELLE GLADES ON CANAL SEPTEMBER 20TH FOR 1 WEEK. 16' CAROLINA SKIFF, AND 20' POLAR SKIFF.
EVERY FISHERMAN HAS AN OPINION, WHAT IS YOURS.
THANKS AND GOD BLESS.
U.S. NAVY RETIRED
|09-03-2008, 09:44 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2008
RE: why redfish at night
Reds at night probably because of ambush factor. Low light = less visibility same for bait fish. Bait seems to school tighter. Reds have a good thick lateral line and seems like eyes are more for low light conditions. (They reflect a lot of light). Specks around dock lights that aren't loaded with ladyfish.
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