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Low water, big reds

With temperatures in the 30s and winds out of the north, we are seeing a typical winter pattern of low water in the canals, bayous and ponds. This actually is a really special time to fish Dularge as the low water causes redfish to congregate in the deeper holes and channels. This means that when you find a deep hole, chances are good that these spots will be stacked with hungry redfish.

Most any soft body bait with do either under a cork or off the bottom. My favorite is throwing a gold spoon and then hold on for a fight as a 30 inch red grabs it and heads the other way.

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