Does he have a trolling motor? If so work the grass (reeds) shore lines early in the morning like you would bass. Before you pull up on those shore lines use a good pair of binoculars to see if there is any activity. If not, keep moving until you find some. Also, look for birds. If you can make it out to St jo's fish the inlets and outlets to the flats (use google earth and you will se what I'm talking about)...just be sure the tide has the water moving through them. If the water is still you aren't going to catch much. Google earth is how I found most of the cuts for getting into certain areas...it is your friend. A good chart of the area is also handy. Of course all of this is tide dependent.
Edited by Ambassador84 (10/14/16 08:12 AM)
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