Tips on how to use soft baits

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By Jeffrey Weeks, Fishing Correspondent

The weather and wind have been a bit dicey at times, but water temperatures are rising and spring fishing is picking up. Redfish remain the most consistent bite but flounder action is picking up as well.

Redfish have begun moving out of the backs of the creeks and can be found now around hard structures and the inlets, feeding on the marsh grass at high tide and around pilings and over oyster beds at low. The fishing is best the last two hours of the moving tides then falls off when the tide goes slack.

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