How To Catch A Redfish After A Missed Strike (VIDEO)

By: Joseph Simonds on January 9, 2019
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We’ve all been there…

You get a nice strike, and for whatever reason, the fish spits it out, you don’t get a good hook set, or the fish bites off the tail (and missed the hook altogether).


But just because you miss an inshore fish (like redfish, snook, trout, flounder, etc) doesn’t mean you’ve lost the chance to catch it.

Watch as Tony shows first-hand how he

Tip #1 is to ALWAYS have a second rod ready…

Tip #2 is to ALWAYS stay calm and never yell, stomp, or rock the boat (kayak)

Tip #3  is to ALWAYS make the next cast count… they usually won’t give you unlimited chances…

Check out Tony on the water this week showing how it’s done.


Catching Redfish After A Missed Strike

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Good stuff, huh!

Do you have any tips for getting fish to strike again?

Let us know in the comments.

Tight lines!


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Danny Trevino
1 year ago

Very cool! He thumped that first lure right away!

Tom Kopec
1 year ago

Good reminder. Thanks

Tony Acevedo
1 year ago
Reply to  Tom Kopec

No problem Tom!

Joseph Sherer
1 year ago

Yep, Great stuff! Thanks again Tony, always a learning moment from your videos!

Tony Acevedo
1 year ago
Reply to  Joseph Sherer

Anytime Joseph! Thank you for the great feedback!