Snook Fishing Tips With The Captain Who’s Landed Over 300,000 Snook!

By: Joe Simonds on September 13, 2019
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Can you imagine catching over 300,000 snook in your life?

That is mind-blowing!

But with over 45 years of snook fishing, that’s exactly what Capt. Dave Pomerleau, aka the “Mad Snooker,” has accomplished.

This is a value-packed episode where he’s sharing tips like:

  • The biggest mistakes snook anglers make (that you’re probably making yourself)
  • How to hook shrimp for monster snook (and when and where to use them)
  • The best tides for catching snook during each season
  • How to land, handle, and release snook so they can grow and reproduce (and so you catch them again when they’re bigger)
  • Why he only fishes for snook at night
  • How to catch 40+ lb snook (he’s caught three of them!)
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One of Capt. Dave’s clients with a monster snook

He also shares the entertaining story of his first snook and how he got the name “Mad Snooker.”

Plus, The Mad Snooker reveals some of his favorite lures for catching big snook like this bucktail below.

hot lips bucktail fishing lures

Here’s another rig he discusses in this amazing snook fishing episode.

best snook bucktails

If you like catching lots of really big snook, this episode is for you.

Enjoy!

Catching Snook With The “Mad Snooker” [PODCAST]

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When someone regularly catches 50 snook in a night, you listen!

I took furious notes in this episode and I hope you got as much out of it as I did.

Conclusion

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If you want to keep up with Capt. Dave or book a trip with him, you can do so at the links below:

Have any questions about catching snook?

Let us know in the comments below!

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Great Interview!

John Hardiman
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Great information!!!!!!!!