Fly Fishing for Redfish  

Dr. Rey Ramirez, Owner


The protected waters of the eastern United States are a nutrient-rich nursery for redfish, spotted seatrout, flounder, and many other inshore fish species. The best redfish waters are those that have protected bays, rivers, or estuaries with marine grasses that support the production of a large number of shrimp, crabs, worms, and baitfish.  All of these are imitated by the flies that fly fishers tie for redfish.  Although this site is specific to redfish, it includes information about fly fishing for other species. 

The information here is created and produced by weekend flyfishers.  Some of these gals and guys can be guides, but they  prefer to focus their contributions for the weekend fisherman. Is this you?

Last Updated February 18, 2013



About this site

Redfish are a favorite fly rodding target for many inshore anglers. Knowing their habits and how to fly fish for them is the purpose of this site!

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