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While smaller Redfish are mild in taste with moderately firm flesh, larger fish, or “Bull Reds”, can become tough with a stronger flavor and a firmness comparable with chicken rather than the flaky texture of many other species. Redfish lend themselves particularly well to being baked, broiled or grilled – they are also great in seafood chowders and soups.

Redfish Fishing

The widely distributed Drum family contains over 200 tropical and warm-temperate saltwater marine species, including Drum, Croaker, Sea Trout, Sea Bass, and Weakfish. Also known to anglers as Red Drum and Channel Bass, they have a reddish overall coloration and one or more dark spots at the base of the tail. These popular sport fish can often be found feeding at the bottom on crustaceans and mollusks – a diet that definitely contributes to the Redfish’s excellent taste. They also… Read More »