Spring in the lowcountry of South Carolina is a time of big change for our fishery. The water is slowly making it way from the crystal clear of winter to the darker water of summer. Redfish have been in large schools for the winter are starting to break up and scatter. Bait is slowly increasing as the water warms and the fish will respond as more and more arrive. Spring is often a time when the weather can be perfect one day and unfishable the next with the last fronts of winter passing thru and stirring things up. Fishing is much the same and one day the fish will be happily feeding and the next totally lockjawed. I feel that this is the great time to catch a large fish in the creeks before they head offshore. Even though it may be a time of transition spring is a great time to be on the water.