Spring fishing Georgetown can be a magical time. A time that we as fisherman have longed for all winter long. Warm water, longer days and lunar tides that flood the spartina grass . Big tides bring hungry redfish up on the flats looking to gorge themselves on anything in their path.
Fishing for tailing redfish is very special because and only happens a few times a month from April to October. With a short season and small windows we try and take full advantage of every tide. Last week was our fist tide of the season and it felt great to get back into the grass.
For me there is something majestic about standing on the poling platform and gliding across the flats hunting redfish in just inches of water. The whole experience of pure solitude, stunning sunsets and of course seeing redfish doing what they do is nothing short of spectacular.
Words can’t describe it so Ill let the photos speak for them selves.