Quick And Easy Way To Catch Snapper And Grouper Near Bridges

What are some quick and easy ways to catch a ton of snapper and grouper near bridges?

Are there specific baits or lures to throw to catch these fish near structure?

In this episode, we show you the quickest and easiest ways to catch snapper and grouper near bridges and bridge pilings using live bait!

What is your favorite fish to catch near bridges and structures?

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  • 1:48 – Dealing with slow fishing days
  • 4:52 – Jighead and rig options
  • 6:36 – Farm-raised, restaurant-quality live shrimp as live bait
  • 8:39 – Boat positioning
  • 15:17 – Different species that hang around bridges
  • 19:44 – Salt Strong Insider Meetup
  • 23:09 – The truth about catching redfish in the keys

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South Carolina Reef yellowtail Snapper

When the bite is slow and the fish are hard to find, you can always grab some bait and try fishing some nearby bridge structures!

Snapper, grouper, and a host of other species hang around bridges and underwater structures and most of the time you just need live or dead shrimp to hook into these fish!

If you want to avoid getting skunked, then give this method a try on your next slow day of fishing!

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David LaValley
1 year ago

Hollywood, you really need to teach Luke how to bait his own hooks, or maybe you did try and he just couldn’t get it.

Franklin Valencia
1 year ago

Yeah awesome brothas! Goodtimes enjoying seeing you guys in my Disney World of fishing place! Yeah that Blue Magic Shrimp is good bait! Caught awesome fish with them as well! Man if you guys go pass the 7 mile bridge area towards the Big Pine Key zone…guys the Yellow Jacks are everywhere and huge…and nailing them with the Power Prawn with the same jig letting it drop with current flow. Maybe Justin won’t be skunked there lol!

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