Want to catch more redfish and snook? Check out these tips to fishing the backcountry on a windy day before a cold front.
Want to catch more snook? Check out the 5 keys to catching more snook from legendary snook angler Capt. Bill Moore. Tight lines!
This new case study fishing report is yet another example of the Scientific Method for catching inshore fish during the winter months [click for full video]
Cold fronts are continuing to roll in, so it’s essential to be able to adjust your strategy to handle cold snaps as they occur. For many...
Looking for some tips showing how to catch big redfish and snook? Well this post and video will show you 2 core strategies that can skyrocket your results.
Ever seen a snook eat a crab? Some inshore fishermen believe that snook don't eat crabs... but here's proof that they eat them like candy. Enjoy!
Cold fronts are starting to roll in, so it's essential to be able to adjust your strategy to handle post-cold front conditions. This one works great.
There are a ton of options for catching fish during the summer months. This report shows nearshore reef strategies for catching big snook & tarpon.
See tips for catching fish in the rain along with a fun video showing a very big snook caught in the middle of a rainstorm (even with a crazy dog).
Want to catch more snook this summer? Then check out this latest podcast where the Salt Strong brothers share some of their best snook fishing tips for summer. Tight lines!
Wondering what the absolute best tides for redfish, snook, and trout are for the flats, creeks, and bays? Well, this video tutorial below will show you the #1 factor to keep in mind when planning your next fishing trip. Plus, you'll learn about the 2 most common mistakes anglers make [click to continue]
Just when I thought we were past the cold weather, another cold front pushed through to cool down the temps yet again. Fortunately, we were able to find a recipe that worked so got some snook in the boat. I was testing out the performance of using a 3" Zman MinnowZ against a 3" Gulp Shrimp and did notice a difference.
Warm weather is finally sticking around so the snook are on the move. This report shows some footage of what type of areas to seek out for snook during this warming phase. Click here to see the detailed report [Insiders Only].
If you want to catch more snook and tarpon this year, then you've got to check out this slick trick for your leader line. It makes a huge difference! Enjoy
I had a morning open so I decided to take the paddleboard to explore an area for some big snook... sight-fishing for big snook is an absolute thrill, and the conditions seemed right for this area.