After that died down a bit, Scott poled us back into a bayou where he had noticed some schools crushing mullet. This is where the day went from amazing to blow your mind unbelievable. As we start down the bayou we intersect the first wave of schooling reds feeding in a piranha like behavior. Even with our not exactly "deadeye" casting abilities throwing into these schools was a sure catch. Of course With the exception of one school that got to make its way on by us due to our lines getting tangled in the excitement . After we landed a couple in the schools, Scott tied me on a hot pink skitterwalk (I would have never thought to throw a topwater in mid-day) and man am I glad he did. the next school that came barreling through I tossed the skitterwalk into the middle of them and a mid/upper slot nailed it. I caught a few more nice slots on the top and my buddy caught several slots, still throwing the KFM. By the end of the day we had caught well above our limit of slot reds and got to see probably over a 100 redfish.
here is a couple more pics from the day
Scott went above and beyond to make sure we were catching fish and he was happy to share his knowledge on how to target reds. He also does a great job of keeping you entertained throughout the day, all while working his tail off poling you around. Thanks again Scott for a great day on the water and forever spoiling Chris to saltwater fishing......seriously he doesn't stand a chance