What Do These Inshore Fish Catches Have In Common?

By: Luke Simonds on March 20, 2019
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Fishing has been pretty awesome recently (you’ll see in the video below), but it hasn’t always been that way.

For years I went out early and wasted the first part of my fishing trip.

I wasn’t having all that much luck, but I thought I just needed to spend more time on the water.

And then, I finally realized what I was doing wrong.

I changed my strategies and started catching more fish (and bigger fish!) in less time.

I was having more fun on the water, spending more time actually fishing, and I just about stopped getting skunked.

Check out the video below to see how I made this change.

What Do These Fish Have In Common? [VIDEO] 

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Would like to know if you have any thoughts on what color braided line to use? When sight casting the fish usually sees the line first.