Best Fishing Tips (Salt Strong Newsletter March 24, 2019)

By: Joseph Simonds on March 22, 2019
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Happy Sunday!

Hope you’ve been enjoying the beautiful weather and great fishing out there this week.

From mangrove snapper tips to yellowfin tuna, with lots of conservation mixed in, we published some great tips on the blog and we don’t want you to miss out.

Check out the weekly newsletter below where you’ll find the Insider tips, public tips, and the Salt Strong (formerly Fish Strong) podcast episodes.

Enjoy!

Insider Tips [Exclusive]

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Public Tips

Salt Strong Podcast

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is a 7/6 med hea penn squardon rod a good rod to match a battle 11 4000 for all around fishing don’t have a lot of money

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It all depends on that type of fish you’re targeting and what types of places you’ll be fishing. For all-around fishing in bays, creeks, rivers for fish like redfish, seatrout, flounder, and snook, I prefer the 3000 sized reels spooled with 10 lb to 15 lb braid with a M-MH fast action rod… assuming this is your target, just make sure that the rod specs match your line power and your preferred lure weight.

But if you’re mostly targeting 30″+ fish in areas like inlets and passes where there is a lot of current and structure, then a 4000 or bigger reel with 20 lb+ braid and a MH to H fast rod would be better.