Incredible Louisiana Marsh Redfishing, another great day on the water with Clayton and Mack. We went out with high expectations from the day before and with the beautiful weather that was called for; winds 5-10 and tons of sun. We stayed on the inside today to fish for the fat pond redfish. We pulled up to the first marsh point and we were greeted with a school of 25 red fish sitting in a cut and ready to eat or flies. Mack was first up and landed a nice 9 pound red drum and while he was hooked up other reds were following his fish. I yelled to Clayton to get his rod out and when he stripped enough line off the real he threw his crab fly in and was hooked up with one of the three double headers we had today. The redfish were happy and ready to feed, many of the fish we had to dig the fly out of their crushers. The redfish averaged 7-9 pounds and for those of you who don’t know about Louisiana redfishing, these 9 pound fish were only 26″, super fat. The big fish of the day was a nice 12 lb slob and we ended the day one upping our previous day, 28 redfish on fly, all sight fishing. Another epic day of redfishing in the Louisiana marsh. Tight Lines!