November has been pretty mild so far, but the deep sea fishing for Bullred Fish has been phenominal. Right now, we are experiencing mild weather with a weekly cold front passing. It is right after the cold front passes when the winds switch out of the southeast, to the northwest. The temperature drops to about 40 to 48 degrees at night but is warming up to about 60 to 65 degrees in the late morning. It is about 8:30 to 9 am when we are beginning to see these big Bull Redfish surfacing right off the beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. Fishing for these larger of the Redfish is either red hot or either random. When we get a strike on the lures, we quickly circle the area and begin to locate additional fish. Bull Redfish like to stay in schools and feed on the Pogies that are schooling or the crabs that are on the bottom of the sand. Either way, when they are feeding, they will bite just about anything.