The weather may be getting cooler but the fishing is getting better each day. If you like fishing for Redfish now is the time. You have a big choice to make, fish nearshore for the big Adults schooling under the birds or fishing the inshore flats for schools of the slot to just over the slot Reds cruising the shallow waters. If you want the big boys and girls then you need some calm winds so you can venture out the sound and look for birds working over the sand bars that are on each side of the Port Royal shipping channel. When you find the birds just drive into the middle of the action and drop some cut bait to the bottom or cast a heavy bucktail and bounce it off the bottom, the bite will not take long. Inshore pick a flat out of the wind and cruise the shallows until you spot a school pushing water, get into position and cast ahead of the school. The Redfish are aggressive now and will eat most any bait that looks like food. If you like the cast and hope program, casting spinner baits and 1/4 ounce jigs rigged with a Gulp bait around oyster beds and points making rips will produce Redfish and an occasional Flounder as well. The bite will be great until it gets cold in January.