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    Flats around redfish pass any good?

    I went up to redfish pass north of Captiva today for the first time and loved what I saw. Lots of grass flats and lots of current on the south side of the pass, south of south seas. I fished early afternoon around high tide and struck out. The place looks too fishy to strike out on. I was throwing zoom super flukes and swim baits. Anyone fish the area? Any advice?

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    I've had a lot of good luck in that area for trout and macks. I usually am using gulps on jig heads. Never have struck out though. There are some fish shacks NE of there and the water gets a little depper had good luck there too.

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    Go in front of Demere key in 5' of water and and throw a chug bug
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary S. Colecchio View Post
    Go in front of Demere key in 5' of water and and throw a chug bug
    ^^ this

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    thanks guys!

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