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redfish

1. a male salmon that has recently spawned
2. any of several red European scorpaenid fishes of the genus Sebastes, esp S. marinus, valued as a food fish
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Caption: Hefty Panhandle redfish lit up by the author's headlamp.
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Work the edges, as if your lure is an injured or frantic bait that got away from the pack, an easy meal in the mind of a redfish. Choke points, structure and easy ambush spots are all great areas for a topwater.
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The spotted seatrout and redfish are more commonly found in the shallow basins throughout the Florida Keys.
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Redfish eat about anything you throw (from flies to top water plugs), and they swim in schools and tail in the grass.
The bridges throughout our area are good places to look for redfish and white trout.
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