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Where do redfish go when it gets cold?

Asked: Fabio Polani, Last Updated:

During the spring and summer, speckled trout and redfish tend to scatter out. However, in the colder months, these species generally stack up in deep holes in the bottoms of bays, rivers and inlets.

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