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 Post subject: St. Simons, late December
PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2011 11:15 am 
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Warpaint Shiner

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The low tide red fish pattern continues, and will continue until March.

We are seeing tons of fish on the low tide flats. Fishing is best two to three days after a front passes through. Usually the water is clear and the winds calm. As the water warms up to near 50 degrees, many times we see the fish high in the water, finning, tailing and eating.

Smaller flies are still working well. The Prawn's revenge(http://www.flycastcharters.com/the-best ... ns-revenge) and a new pattern I have developed, St. Simons Scampi, (Tying instructions coming soon) are both working well. We even caught a fish on a gold Dupree Spoon fly last week. My angler pulled the fly a few feet in front of the fish, he rushed forward and inhaled it!.....Super fun to see in clear water.

If you get a chance, come on down to the Golden Isles of Georgia and enjoy some nice weather, great red fishing and the laid back coastal life style.

Tight lines, strip strike and practice the double haul!
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