Capt. Danny Ayo of Thibodaux, Louisiana, finds that in Louisiana marshes, as long as the fly gets close to the fish's head - within 6 inches or so - it'll take it.While fishing those marshes, I had to unlearn my usual techniques. "Forget what people say about the fly approaching the fish and scaring it away," says Ayo. "If you get it in their face, they're gonna eat - if you don't, they won't." How the fly gets into their face doesn't seem to matter, and since Ayo's redfish seldom see fishermen, his technique works well.