The Ultimate Inshore Slam Cheat Sheet (FREE PDF DOWNLOAD)


For inshore anglers who want a simple blueprint to catch an inshore slam on every trip… but don’t have time to read a book…

We get you.

That’s why we created this ultimate inshore slam cheat sheet PDF.

It’s everything we wished was available back when we left the bass fishing world to focus on mastering saltwater inshore fishing.

Here’s what you’ll discover in this PDF:

  • You’ll learn exactly WHERE to catch inshore slams in all four seasons
  • You’ll get a breakdown of the best depths and structure for every trip
  • You’ll get the top bait to help you increase your strikes for each season

The best news is that it’s only a handful of pages!

All you have to do is click the image below to grab your download.

salt strong inshore slam cheat sheet

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3 years ago

How do I order that book

Jonathan Getz
3 years ago

Great material Luke! About to shoot you an email regarding seasonal bait.

3 years ago

Hello Oregon

Adam ray
3 years ago

This is great and all… but how does this help those of us that dont have a boat and only have access to very public areas?

Malcolm Hayward.
3 years ago
Reply to  Luke Simonds

No need to get your feet wet. Learn to cast, distance and precision. Fish to 3 yards at 150yds or go back to school.
Fish big at 150yards + use a South African slider for big bait or live bait.
We have many places where there is a sand bar at 100 to 120 yards. Wade that far in Jan at 0dark:00 hrs. You think!
Others where you need to fish on open sand at 150yds.
Close in stuff normally means heavy weed, or a lift up a cliff. Cliff gaff if necessary.
Basic rules. Night, depends on the pitch. Day, needs distance.
Easterly, stay in bed.

Randy Hampton
3 years ago

Great information Luke/Joe, thanks. I’m going to be on Captiva for a week, the second week in June. Would you consider that spring? Summer? Or in transition? I plan to kayak fish Pine Island Sound/Blind Pass area. Thanks!


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