I fished today with Clayton and Mack. We were out on the water by 7:30am and looked forward to having great weather with tons of sun. The water was super clean in the Louisiana marsh today and the redfish were crawling all around the boat. Both Clayton and Mack came to fly fish and they played paper rock scissors to see who got up on the bow first. The fish were tailing, backing and pushing down the shoreline on a true feed. Both the guys were throwing crab flies and the fish we’re pounding them as soon as they hit the water. We landed 17 redfish by lunchtime and ended with 27 fish over all including one Gar. The Louisiana redfish were averaging 6-8 pounds and the big fish of the day was a nice 10 pounder. This was a great day on the water with two awesome anglers. The fall redfishing is on fire right now and is only going to get better. I have both of these guys again tomorrow and we are going to look for some 40″ redfish. Tight lines!