Slick calm mornings are currently the norm down south, which means lots of redfish wakes up in the shallows. Redfish have been fairly easy to pattern but sometimes you just have to wait for them to feed. When the fish have not been actively feeding they seem to follow our topwaters with no commitment to eat it. Along with the redfish trout can also be found in the early morning, a few big ones have been caught but for the most part the trout we have been catching have been in 16 to 22 inch range. The best bite has been occurring right as the incoming tide begins to move in the particular we are fishing. We are keying on areas around the sand-grass transition and potholes as always are holding lots of good fish. Topwaters have been our go to bait but as the water warms up we then switch to dark plastics such as the plum/blue metal flake Kelley Wiggler ball tail shad. Fishing is great right now down south but make sure you protect yourself from the elements because it has been a scorcher. Good fishing to you!