Best Fishing Tips (Salt Strong Newsletter Feb 3, 2019)

By: Joe Simonds on February 1, 2019
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Happy February!!

Here are some of our best fishing tips from the past week.

We’re kicking it off with our best Insiders tips, then the public tips, followed by the Fish Strong Podcast.

Tight lines!

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Insider SUPER-Community Tips

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Public Fishing Tips

The Fish Strong Podcast

Any questions we can help you with?

Any specific fishing tips you want us to cover next?

Let me know by leaving a comment below.

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Phillip Butler
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I just wanted to add that maybe Salt Strong can provide info on proper handling of the fish. Looking at the photo up top, it looks like the way he’s holding that snook it’s putting a lot of pressure on the fish’s gut. I don’t know if that’s harmful or not, but it looks none too comfortable. Just saying… especially if we’re releasing the fish. I notice what appears to be mishandling of the catch in a lot of photos. I guess it doesn’t matter if you’re going to kill, clean, cook and eat it. Anyway, I am sure all serious fishermen and sportsmen want to conserve these resources for future enjoyment. Thanks.

Luke Simonds
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Here’s a link to a detailed post about catch and release practices: https://www.saltstrong.com/articles/catch-photo-release-fishing-best-practices/

Phillip Butler
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Thanks.

Gregory Batchelor
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YOU guys rock:)