Traded in the wading boots for some shorts and crocs, as we set up the tower and tried our hand at sight casting reds today. Success, despite the high clouds, we were able to let the Texas Tea colored Buggs Lures do the work. Water conditions were gin clear with a slight ripple to knock off the glare. Most of the fish were in 18-24" of water, but occasionally you could spot one floating on the surface just off the bank. Sight casting redfish is a lot of fun and under the right conditions can be non-stop action. If wading is not your cup of tea, give me a call about a sight casting trip. I have dates available for both in the coming months, and as everyone knows, fall is a redfish time of year. Over the last couple weeks we have seen schools as big as 200 fish, and dozens of pods with 10-15 in each.