Why 20% Of Fishermen Catch 80% Of The Redfish…

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Did you know that 20% of the fishermen catch 80% of all redfish caught from Texas to Florida to Virginia?

Yep.

And it’s not just redfish… it’s ALL inshore saltwater species…

That means that 80% of the redfish, speckled trout, snook, and flounder in your area are caught by just 20% of the anglers!

Do you know why this is most likely BAD news for you?

The bad news is that you’re most likely NOT in the 20% group…

At least not yet…

The great news is that there’s a proven inshore fishing blueprint that will almost automatically move you up to the elite 20% group (the group who’s having all the fun and consistently catching inshore slams practically every trip!)

You can try it for FREE if you choose…

I’ll explain in a second…

But first, have you ever heard of a Smart Fishing Spot?

It’s ok if you haven’t.

I honestly had no idea what a smart fishing spot was until my brother Luke finally shared his secret to catching inshore slams faster than anyone I had ever met…

Luke was catching redfish, snook, speckled trout, and flounder so fast that it started getting the attention of many anglers… even the pros.

In fact, my brother Luke used the same formula (the formula that I want to share with you today) to beat full-time guides while participating in competitive inshore fishing tournaments using nothing but artificial lures (while most of the guides were using live bait!!!)

And he did it all by using Smart Fishing Spots!

So you’re probably wondering what a smart fishing spot is, right?

The best way to show you what a “Smart” fishing spot is by telling you what it’s not…

To begin, a Smart Fishing Spot is NOT a “GPS Fishing Spot on a map.

In fact…

“GPS Fishing Spots” Are Killing Your Results!

Can I share an embarrassing story with you?

Luke and I grew up bass fishing in central Florida (that’s not the embarrassing part, fyi).

Since we lived on a small lake and had our own jon boat, it didn’t take very long for us to dial in that lake when it came to catching largemouth bass…

Let’s face it, once you know where all of the main structure is in a small lake, you can usually find the bass pretty quick… I mean, they can’t really go too far considering a lake has very clear boundaries…

In fact, many of the same “spots” would hold bass year-round.

It was nice to be able to catch bass almost every trip…

But then we got our driver’s licenses…

We wanted to explore… we had an itch to try something new… we wanted to target bigger fish…

Since we lived only an hour from the coast, we tried our hand at inshore saltwater fishing…

Our goal was simple: to consistently catch redfish, snook, and speckled trout.

Based on our past bass fishing knowledge, we just assumed that all we needed to do was find a handful of productive spots and we’d be all set!

You can imagine the shock on our faces when we realized the TRUTH

Inshore saltwater fishing was completely different than bass fishing!

Having just a handful of spots was the ultimate recipe for disaster if you wanted to truly catch consistent inshore slams!

These saltwater fish didn’t have any boundaries…  “fins with no fences” meant that these saltwater fish could go anywhere!!!

Plus, there was this thing called a “TIDE” that not only moved the fish every day, but some of our new-found honey holes would be completely out of the water if we went there during low tide.

Also, most of the spots we relied on were “summer spots” that would be complete dead zones during winter, fall, and spring…

That meant that 3/4 of the year our spots were horrible!!!

Moreover, it seemed as though the smallest front or change of wind would actually change where the feeding fish were…

Man, were we ever WRONG about focusing on GPS spots…

Why?

Because Fish Move Every Single Day (While GPS Spots Never Move)!

If you want to guarantee yourself a frustrating year of inshore fishing, just keep going back to the same handful of spots over and over again…

Not only will you bore yourself to death, but you’ll be so inconsistent that you’ll debate giving up fishing to take up golf… or knitting sweaters…

Plus, you’ll probably find yourself cursing more due to some other boat or kayak already in your best spots every weekend…

Ask me how I know…

Why?

Because this is exactly what my brother Luke and I did for years!

Looking back, no wonder we were so inconsistent at catching redfish.

We wanted to blame everything…

Blame the rod…

Blame the reel…

Blame the bait…

Blame the boat…

Blame the color of our braided line…

Guys, it’s very rarely an equipment problem…

It’s not your bait…

It’s not your lure…

It’s not your fancy reel…

And it’s certainly not the color or your fishing line…

Truth is…

It’s almost always a DEAD ZONE PROBLEM!!!

In fact…

You’re 100% Guaranteed To Get Skunked In A Dead Zone!

There aren’t many things that are guaranteed when it comes to fishing…

But there is one thing that is always guaranteed…

No matter how nice your boat is, and no matter what fancy fishing equipment you have… if you’re fishing in a dead zone, you will get SKUNKED!

We see it every single time we hit the water…

Without fail, there will be a boat sitting in an area that we know for sure is a dead zone (based on our Smart Fishing Spot system).

There they are, baking in the sun, holding their rod in one hand, scratching their head with the other hand in between smacking mosquitoes… wondering why they can’t catch any fish…

After an hour, they finally get a strike… only to realize it’s a slimy catfish!

CATFISH!!!!

Look, we’ve all been there.

But that doesn’t mean you need to be that angler!

Let someone else look like the chump!

It’s your turn to become the angler who is catching inshore slams while others are wiping endless catfish slime off their leader line!

It’s your turn to out-fish all of your friends and become one of the best anglers in your area who everyone looks up to!

It’s time for you to get your hands on Smart Fishing Spots!

You ready?

Are you still wondering exactly what a Smart Fishing Spot is?

In a sentence…

Smart Fishing Spots Follow The Feeding Fish Around!

(Based On Weather, Tides, & Science)

We all agree that fish move, right?

Then wouldn’t it make sense to have fishing spots that move around with the fish?

I mean, wouldn’t it make sense to have a system that predicts exactly where the feeding inshore fish will be at any given day, tide, wind direction, etc?

Well, that is exactly what Smart Fishing Spots are!

Smart Fishing Spots follow the feeding fish because they are based on the following:

  • Tide
  • Current
  • Wind
  • Weather (Temp)
  • Trends
  • Science (biology of fish)

In other words, Smart Fishing Spots move with the fish…

Smart Fishing Spots take into account things that most amateur fishermen miss…

For instance, did you know that WIND DIRECTION is one of the most critical variables to tell you exactly where the feeding schools of fish will be?

Yep.

Yet most struggling anglers only look at tide charts…

Ask any full-time redfish tournament angler and they’ll tell you that wind direction is one the first things they look at!

Which is why…

Smart Fishing Spots Give You A Massive Advantage Over The Fish!

Imagine opening your laptop or checking your phone every Friday to see a new 10-minute video that reveals exactly where the feeding zones will be that weekend… based on real-time weather, tides, science, and trends…

Imagine the freedom of knowing exactly what types of spots to fish (and which ones to avoid)…

Imagine having a full-time fishing pro hop on a satellite map and show you where to catch an inshore slam every week!

Imagine having the upper hand over the fish (and all of your fishing buddies…)

Because that’s exactly what Smart Fishing Spots will do for you.

Now, the biggest question we hear from inshore anglers is, “Will Smart Fishing Spots work in my area?”

Here are the states that Smart Fishing Spots have been proven to work:

  • Florida
  • Texas
  • South Carolina
  • North Carolina
  • Georgia
  • Alabama
  • Mississippi
  • Louisiana
  • Virginia

If you’ve got redfish, speckled trout, and flounder where you fish, this system will work for you!

In fact, we’ve now had over 12,000 anglers from TX to VA use this system successfully (many catching 24X more inshore fish)!

So by now, you might be wondering…

How You Can Get The Smart Fishing Spot System For Free!

If you made it this far, I’d like to offer you something special (for a very limited time)…

Not only can you get unlimited access to the entire Smart Fishing Spot system, but we’re willing to throw it in for FREE by simply test driving our private online Insider fishing club.

We’ll even throw in a few really amazing free bonuses (but you have to act today)!

See if this special offer is still available by clicking below now.

➡ Click here to see if the Smart Fishing Spot system is still available for FREE

P.S. – If you’re a current Salt Strong Insider member, this entire Smart Fishing Spot system has already been added to your account for FREE! Thank you for being part of the family.

 

Stop Fishing In Dead Zones!

Do what the “SMART ANGLERS” are doing and use the Smart Fishing Spot System.

Here’s what you’ll receive today:

  • Weekly smart fishing reports and TRENDS revealing exactly where you should fish ever trip
  • Weekly “spot dissection” videos that walk you through all the best spots in your area
  • Exclusive fishing tips from the PROS you can’t find anywhere else
  • Everything you need to start catching fish more consistently (regardless if you fish out of a boat, kayak, or land).

Click here to get the Smart Fishing Spot System for FREE!

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Bob Hartwein
1 year ago

The “SPOTS” are great but I must have missed where to get the Wind direction for those areas

Steve B Cloud
1 year ago

I’ve considered joining but I only visit the Gulf Coast a couple times a year. I bought a bay boat and took it down for the first time last Sept and did pretty well on Specks, and Spanish but to this day have never caught a Redfish. We are fishing out of Gulf Shores Alabama in Little Lagoon, and Perdido Bay area. Do you have any tips for Late June and early October Redfish?

Can I join and pay monthly and suspend membership during the months I’m not saltwater fishing?

1 year ago
Reply to  Steve B Cloud

We publish new tips every week to highlight the real-time feeding trends, so the most applicable tips for your trips will be the ones we feature in the Insider Club platform because they are the latest and greatest out there (we wait a while to publish stuff on YouTube to give members the advantage on both time as well as the details provided).

Yes, you can join for as long or as little as you’d like. You’re welcome to join for the months you’ll be fishing, but once you see the platform I have a feeling you’ll decide to just get the annual plan because most others who only fish seasonally like to keep an eye on what’s happening.

Here’s what to join once you’re ready: https://www.saltstrong.com/pricing/

Thomas Campbell
1 year ago

Can you do video on the biology of redfish. I know you guys touched on it a few different times. But really understanding there feeding habit and what not would really help. Especially all the new insiders we got. You could do it for specs and snook too. Just a thought

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