This week’s dryness and east winds have started to clean the water a bit, but the visibility still isn’t great. However, redfish have been feeding in the North Merritt Island area. Most of the fish have been 20-25 inches, but there’s been a few around 30 inches. If you can put up with catfish, dead mullet has been a good bet because most the fish are bottom feeding. Usually, early morning and evening are best but this week I’ve caught reds 2-5 PM most consistently. Look for tarpon on small live baits and flies in canals. Early and late, these fish will eat larger baits and topwaters on select flats.