Dock Fishing For Redfish, Grouper, & Snook (With New Weedless Shrimp Rig)

Luke and I head out dock fishing with our new Weedless Shrimp Rig!!

We fished a row of docks on low tide to see what we could pull out from underneath.

Low tide is one of the best times to fish around docks.

We’ll also talk more about our weedless shrimp rig and more about how and when you would want to use it.

Find out more in the episode below!!

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Dock Fishing With New Weedless Shrimp Rig [PODCAST]

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Here is a timestamped version of this podcast episode:

  • 1:25 – Dock Fishing
  • 1:55 – NEW Weedless Football Jighead
  • 3:05 – Bassmaster Redfish Cup
  • 6:10 – Fishing Conditions for the day
  • 8:50 – Hoss Weedless Football Jigheads
  • 14:25 – Pier Fishing Mastery Course
  • 21:10 – The 90/10 Fishing Zone
  • 26:05 – Live Bait Dock Fishing
  • 33:50 – Dock Fishing Equipment
  • 35:45 – The Salt Strong Slot Machine Custom Rod

Dock Fishing With New Weedless Shrimp Rig [VIDEO]

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Dock Fishing Mini-Course

Docks are a type of spot where you can fish all year round and they hold fish at any point in the tide cycle.

You don’t always know what’s underneath them and you run the risk of getting snagged.

But that is no longer the case with our Hoss Weedless Football Jigheads!!

Head over to the shop and grab a pack today!

What other questions do you have about dock fishing with our new weedless shrimp rig?

Let us know what you think down below!!

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Brad Johnson
1 year ago

This is big news for all members
Thanks again for your thoughtfulness and listening .
Kudos to you and your team !

Xavier Muniz
1 year ago

This was a fun watch, and I totally get the excitement and nervousness of having a dolphin around… handled very well by you both! Luke, when you mention beefing up the setup when fishing near structure, I notice you say that often when dock fishing… however, what about when up against mangroves, oysters beds all around, etc.? I usually fish the light tackle setups, yet I’m not actually out “on the flats” very often and wondering if that’s why I’ve had multiple bigger fish break off on me.

Luke Simonds
1 year ago
Reply to  Xavier Muniz

Thanks for making time to post the nice comment! When fishing tight to mangroves and thick oysters, I’ll often go with the 20 lb braid too.

But if it’s just occasionally close to hard structure, then the 10 lb setup is my #1 choice since it casts so much better and still has a lot of power.

Omer Dumais
1 year ago

Do they also work OK for paddle tails around oysters, rocks, grass , other structure to get snagged on. I am trying the Texas eye jigs for that, but they are hard to rig and the head and keeper still catch on quite a bit, especially grass. I like the wide gap, weedless hook, like a bass worm hook style. I have tried bass style bullet weight pegged in place tight to a worm hook, which for me seems better than the Texas eye jig. Still looking for a good option for soft plastics other than PPs.

Luke Simonds
1 year ago
Reply to  Omer Dumais

Yes, these weedless football jigheads can work with pretty much any soft plastic lure since they don’t have the big spike on the turn (the spikes team many soft plastics).

Although the football shape was created for the Power Prawns, it has already proven to work will with paddletails and jerk shads too. so I recommend giving them a try.

Omer Dumais
1 year ago
Reply to  Luke Simonds

Great, I was hoping that they would, good to know.

I started taking the lead keeper off of the Texas eye jig hook, way better to rig and less damage to the lure. Now more options. Thanks

Mark Ethridge
1 year ago

Good stuff guys. Stop teasing us and get that stuff in the store.

Mark Ethridge
1 year ago
Reply to  Mark Ethridge

my mistake I see the link now for the new weedless jig heads.


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