These secret oyster bars produce fish at low tide in Pellicer Creek! Today I launched at Princess Place Preserve in Palm Coast, Florida and battled the wind, chop, and low water conditions to make my way over to Pellicer Creek. I navigated back toward a lake area full of oyster bars. Along the way I caught flounder and speckled trout. And although I had to ford in a few spots on my quest for redfish, as you’ll see in the video, it was well worth the effort! What a scenic and productive day of kayak fishing!

As you might know I’m evaluating Z-Man Paddle Tails with the idea that they will replace my current confidence bait, DOA Figi Chix Paddle Tail. To do so, I do need at least a few bait colors. Right now, both the Slam Shady and Sexy Penny color patterns are staying in the box! Wan’t to know why? Enjoy the video!

Hobie Eyewear – Mojo

Hobie Eyewear – Mojo Floats

As you know from the video, this year I’m going to essentially wear a different pair of Hobie Eyewear Fishing Sunglasses in each video. Honestly, I’ll probably repeat a few from time to time.

In this video I’m wearing the Hobie Mojo model and I’ve got to tell you…. Hobie is the exclusive provider of my eyewear this year … these sunglasses are great. My frames are satin black and the lens color is blue mirror. They’re very comfortable, and very high quality! I highly recommend them.

If you’re interested, you can save 20% by clicking here and using code KFAHOBIE21 at checkout!

Tight lines everyone! Enjoy the video! And by all means, “Fish On!”

~Kayak Fishing Addict


My name is Ron. I’m “Kayak Fishing Addict” on YouTube! I was bit by the kayak fishing bug and I’ve been addicted ever since. This is my blog where I discuss everything about my kayak fishing adventures, including the backstory. I’ll share what fishing lures I use, the types of fish I catch like redfish, speckled trout, and flounder, how I film, and what I encountered in the marsh. You’ll get all of my kayak fishing catches, tips, and tricks that you can use to put more fish in the boat!

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  • Hi Ron! I'm the old guy in the red Mohawk canoe. Love your work and look forward to your posts. Just a note: check the new regulations on flounder 14 min. length and 5 limit. I think the change was in March 2021. Hope that our paths cross someday , in the meantime keep them coming. John–

  • Hi John, yes, you're absolutely correct. I'm glad we have that Fish Rules app to help us with these changing regulations! I'm also glad my minimum limit is 18" on Flounder….keeps me out of trouble! Tight lines!


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