I had two days of fishing with Carlyle and with great weather the first day it wasn’t a problem getting to the big fish grounds and even sticking a few of them. Day two presented a challenge with overcast skies and varying winds from calm to 15+mph. We decided to stay close, mostly due to a storm that was headed right for us. We ended up having about 4 hrs to fish. When we reached our spot we started to notice redfish coming up and sipping at the ends of these coon tail grasses in the water. You could watch them go from grass to grass inspecting the tops for any creatures stranded with the incoming tide. Well we started taking shots and as soon as we popped the popper they would spook. So after about the third spook we changed presentation to a slow long strip. As long as you got the fly in their sight and had it slowly moving away they would pounce on it. It was crazy to see such a different reaction.