Depending on the exact temperatures, we can see Jacks, Spanish Mackerel, Lady Fish, & Bluefish. Lures, like lipped divers, top waters, & spoons are all good picks. Float rigs & jig & bait combos work well if you fish bait. Most of your area inlets will be holding these species. Eddies coming around structure, points, or shell bars with current & bait can be a potentially good spot. As the water warms & nears the 65-70 degrees, we should start to see bigger Trout in these areas also. I like to cover water & hit many places with these attributes. Don’t forget to log your catch & spots, so you can learn your area better. It will help later down the road. Of course, with the water temperature still cool, back country Red fishing will still be doing well. Sight fishing will end as all the Mullet enter the mud flats, micro organisms regain traction, and the waters begin to lose clarity. Poking the edges of these flats can produce some quality slot Reds. As you heard me talk before, use the lightest TBS Jig you can paired with a shrimp or mud minnow, and a 30 inch piece of 15-20 lb fluorocarbon with any type of loop knot to the jig...Very important, freedom of movement.
My Black Bucktail can produce some beauties as well! Lead the fish and small low hops when the fish passes. Great fiddler crab bait that cast accurate and Redfish love them!!