Redfish are the bulldogs of the back country flats. They sometimes are so copper in color you can’t believe they actually blend in to their environment as well as they do. Other times they are as pale and silvery as a bonefish. They are awesome fish that will eagerly eat flies that are laid out on their dinner plate. Their behaviors can be very similar to bonefish, in the way they swim the flats in search of crustacean meals or little wounded bait. Unlike the bonefish that swim around with weariness and agitation, they swim the flats with a chip on their shoulders.