How To Navigate Fishing A Late-Spring Cold Front

How can you still get tight lines after a late-spring cold front rolls through??

It was a bit chilly just a couple of weeks ago after a late-season front came through the area.

But that doesn’t mean the fish won’t eat!

You’ve just got to know where to look!!

Late-Spring Cold Front Fishing [VIDEO]

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Mulligan Setup:

Skitter Walk Setup:

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I hit the water with a few Insider Members and we picked up on a solid bite.

We were faced with a late-season front that often drops the air temperature which can impact the bite.

The majority of strikes on this day came later in the afternoon after the sun had the chance to heat things up.

All of us were getting bites at this point, but it was not until I slowed down the retrieves that I hooked into a solid redfish.

If you’re ever unsure of what lure color to use, you can always trust a WHITE fishing lure.

White or Slam Shady are the best lure options when fishing in new areas.

White lures tend to take on the color of the water while standing out in a natural presentation.

The bite wasn’t consistent but fish were willing to strike and eat lures.

I tossed out the Rapala Skitter Walk because it does a great job of calling fish in over the rough, windy conditions.

You can work Skitter Walk lures much slower than you would a Wake Bait.

During windy, cooler days, that can be the difference to get strikes from lethargic fish.

A little while later into the trip, one of the Insider Members I was fishing with caught their Personal Best Speckled Trout at 26.5 inches!

It was caught on the Alabama Leprechaun Jerk Shad rigged using a Hoss Helix Hook.

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Finding The Fish Help

In order to help make sure that you are targeting the right areas based on the latest feeding trends and upcoming weather forecasts, make sure to use the following 3 resources because they will save you a ton of time.

1. Weekend Game Plans (updated weekly)

These regional game plans will show you exactly what types of spots to target in under 10 minutes… just click the video to start, and you’ll be informed on what to do on your next trip.

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2. Smart Fishing Spots Platform (updated every 15 minutes)

This exclusive software literally shows you where the most fish are likely to be feeding based on exactly when you’ll be fishing. It factors in the tides, wind, and weather to help you quickly see which areas to target throughout the day.

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3. Community Reports (live feed)

The Insider Community platform is what you can use to see what is biting near you, and you can get to know other members who fish in your area. Plus, you can use it to keep a log of your catches so you can use past trips to help predict future catches.

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