How To Catch More Fish In Murky Water (Around Structure)
Are you unsure of how to hunt fish in murky water when visibility is low?
Murky water can be difficult but it does not make for unfishable conditions.
In fact, you can almost predict where the fish will be with even better accuracy!
Check out this new video to learn how to catch fish in really murky water.
How To Catch More Fish In Murky Water [VIDEO]
When fish are in murky water, they are going to hold tight to structure along the shorelines or beneath the surface.
They are in fear of larger predators that may eat them such as dolphins and sharks.
That means you need to be casting close to the structure because those fish will not venture very far from where they are hiding.
Fish won’t be cruising around freely like they normally would be in clear water!
When casting to visible structure along the shoreline, you want to make as many casts as you can and be as efficient as possible.
You can also try skipping a cast beneath the structure because the further you can get your lure under the mangroves or trees, the better chance of putting your lure within the vision of a fish.
Cover all parts of the structure to ensure if there is a fish there, that it will see your lure and strike.
It is best to try all sides of the structure because you don’t know where the fish may be holding.
The goal is to make sure your lure gets into the strike zone so you may need to search for that sweet spot!
If you have any further questions about what else to look for in murky water fishing situations or want to know what specific lures to use, then let me know down in the comments!
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