The water temperature is now in the lower 50's and the Reds are grouped up on the low tide flats around creek mouths and oyster banks. As the tide flows in they will move up closer to the grass line. On my trips we have been sight casting to the schools using Z-MAN paddle tails on a keel weighted hook and live or cut bait on a 1/8oz. jig head. With the artificials, the slower retrieve the better. There are still some Reds to be caught around the docks. I have been focusing on the ones with shallower water.