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 Post subject: Redfish Tailing Tides, 2010
PostPosted: Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:21 am 
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Warpaint Shiner

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I looked through the tide charts to see when the good days would be for catching tailing redfish in the grass this summer. You can see them in the grass all winter, but the water has to warm up enough for the fiddler crabs to come out of hibernation to have active tailing. In South Georgia, the tides need to be at least 7.8 feet to have a good shot at tailers. Even then, if we have West winds, the tides might not come in enough for a good day.

I am not familiar with Eastern North Carolina tides to say whether or not these days will be good for tailers there, but they should be.

If you have never fished for tailing redfish in the grass, you owe it to yourself to give it a try. I have seen seasoned anglers get bad cases of buck fever when casting to these fish.

The dates are listed on my "Tips and Techniques" page on my web site. http://www.flycastcharters.com
Capt Dave

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