I caught this 34" red on a windless day while wade-fishing a grass flat sprinkled with thick, raised turtle grass beds. The extensive amount of grass in this area keeps the water clean and predators like to hide out in it and ambush prey, but it does eat up a lot of the water column. I like to use a 1/8 ounce jig head in areas like this one with a quick, erratic retrieve to keep my bait up and out of the grass. This day was no different, I was casting my Pink Colada as far as I could and then bringing it back with quick twitches followed by minute pauses, just like a jerk bait or walking the dog on a topwater. On this particular day it was the key to triggering extremely aggressive reaction strikes from lots of healthy redfish, the healthiest being this 34" toad that rocketed through the crystalline waters to inhale my Pink Colada, and the fight was on!