May we fish

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By Capt. Jacob Frick

 We couldn’t ask for better weather. The warm temperatures have brought life back into our surrounding waters. Small flounder have been working into our inlets for a few weeks now, but still few keepers have been reported. The bigger fish should show up any day. May is usually one of the best times to catch a doormat. Redfish are really starting to make a move and trying to find their comfort zone. Crabs are molting and that now will be the key food source for redfish. Redfish will be scattered in shallow water areas seeking out small crabs for a quick easy meal.

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