How To Use Live Shrimp In The Shallows On Windy Days

As fishermen, we need to be ready to face a variety of weather conditions because it’s impossible to plan trips around nice weather.

One condition that we really need to be ready to handle is the wind because we’ll have to face it frequently wether we want to or not.

Fortunately, the days with high winds can actually be very productive if the right strategies and tactics are used.

This new video highlights some helpful tips for using live shrimp up in the shallows for redfish, seatrout, black drum, flounder, etc. on windy days:

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Conclusion

As seen in the video above with Capt. Taylor Czar you do not need to dodge the windy days because they can be quite productive. Be sure to give him a call if you’re looking for a guide in the Corpus/Rockport area!

These tips should help you find some good feeding zones up in the shallows on the windy days along with how to rig live shrimp for maximizing your results.

If you have any questions, please use the Comments section below and we’ll get back with you soon.

Tight Lines!

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Daniel
9 months ago

What line are you using? Float tied to braid?

Everett Eugenio
9 months ago
Reply to  Daniel

I think Taylor was using a 20lb power pro tied directly to popping cork

Jessica
9 months ago

Hey guys! Thanks for the awesome tips! However I do have a question… we’re fishing in SE Louisiana (delacroix/shell beach area) where live shrimp are non existent at the moment( due to the hard freeze that rolled through here a few weeks ago and killed the live shrimp off) any suggestions on using frozen shrimp or even gulp shrimp? Or should this same approach work using those baits?

NICK PAYNE
9 months ago

Is that a Legend Popping Cork?

NICK PAYNE
9 months ago
Reply to  Wyatt Parcel

The Paradise Popper has a piece of metal that goes through the cork, the Legend Popping Cork is what’s used in the video. No metal going through it and it’s got the brand name on the side!

Gary Clayton
9 months ago
Reply to  NICK PAYNE

I thought it was a Legend too.

Stu
9 months ago

Great video…..short, compact and straight to the key point(s)! Appreciate the shorter videos, when you can.

Bill
9 months ago
Reply to  Wyatt Parcel

I like the shorter videos too.

Richard Fiorentino
9 months ago
Reply to  Stu

Agree

Thom Ray
9 months ago

That’s Wyatt and Capt. I just came in from the garage rigging for tomorrow’s charter and set up two rods just like that. Now, to find the wind blown dirty water shoreline!

Everett Eugenio
9 months ago

What a day, Taylor Czar is NO JOKE guys, Wyatt and I were on the fish all day! If you are an insider and looking for a guide in the Corpus Christi/Port Aransas/Rockport area and need a guide, there is no better! Make sure to book him!

Last edited 9 months ago by Everett Eugenio

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