March Tides – Fish the March Tides on St. Andrew Bay!
We didn’t get out to fish one time in February! I have reports of the redfish bite being consistent. The reports of the trout bite have been that the bite is still slow. Redfish are being seen in schools cruising the mouths of the creeks.
Redfish are still being caught at night under the Hathaway Bridge, fishing jigs with artificial lures, live bait and cut bait. The kayakers really get after those bull reds at night under the bridges. If you go, try to time it so you get there when the water is moving.
I wrote this last month but this still is my story and I’m stickin’ to it…weather and time permitting we hope to get out on the Gulf and cruise the beaches looking for those schools of redfish. 🙂 Boat gas prices are still lower than they have been for awhile, so it is easier to justify spending the money on gas and Vivian enjoys getting out on the Gulf on nice days. 🙂
In shore you may find redfish schools cruising the bay as well especially around the mouths of the creeks. You can look for bird activity. The schools of redfish will push the bait to the top as they feed below and the birds will tell you where that is happening.
Some of our Hibiscus neighbors spent some time in the Keys this winter. Here are a couple of photos of dolphin they were able to catch! Some nice fillets in those fish. Congratulations on your catches!
We hope you get to get more fishing time in and fish the March tides! 😉
St. Andrew Bay – Alligator Bayou Tides
St. Andrew Bay – Channel Entrance Tides
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Mike and Vivian Foate