AMAZING Snook Catch (While Sightfishing From The Top Of A Bridge)!
By: Joe Simonds on October 2, 2019
The Balcony Snooker is back!
Yes, the same fishermen (Luke Simonds, co-founder of Salt Strong) who caught the snook from the 3rd-floor balcony in downtown Tampa (watch that video here) is back for me.
This time Luke took his talents to a local bridge where I had spotted a snook on my morning jog.
The second I saw it, I knew it was the perfect snook sight-casting opportunity.
So I ran upstairs to get Luke, get my phone, and to say a quick prayer that the snook was in feeding mode…
Not only was it hungry, the snook slurped down the custom Slam Shady MinnowZ by Z-Man like a fat kid sucking down ice cream.
Of course, step one while fishing from a bridge is getting the fish to strike…
Step two, is figuring out a way to safely land and release the snook.
So while I grabbed the rod, Luke scampered down rocks and trees to land it.
The craziest part is that his very next cast while down under the bridge resulted in an even bigger snook!
The dude is a fish whisperer!!
Check out the video below.
Snook Sightfishing From A Bridge [VIDEO]
What a catch!
To see Luke’s third-floor balcony exploits, check out this video here.
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