Targeting Speckled Trout In 2020 (With Capt. Matt Chipperfield)


It’s trout time!

One of our most popular podcasts ever was the interview with Chris Bush of the Speckled Truth.

He probably has more data about catching gator trout than anybody else alive, so I asked him who else is doing an awesome job of catching big trout.

He recommended Capt. Matt Chipperfield and Capt. Matt did not disappoint!

He’s a fishing guide in the Jacksonville area and regularly catches monster trout himself (his personal best is 32″), as well as guiding his clients to these trophy fish as well.

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In this episode he shares:

  • The story of his biggest trout (including how he caught it and what we caught it on)
  • His favorite baits, lures, and depths for gator trout
  • How he became a fishing guide (and ditched the consultant career path he was on)
  • How he plans his fishing trips and what to look for while on the water
  • His thoughts on conservation (a really interesting take considering he’s a fishing guide and his degree is in environmental science)
  • And much more!

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Targeting Speckled Trout In 2020 [PODCAST]

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What an awesome interview!

Capt. Matt really knows his stuff when it comes to trout.

If you want to book a trip with him, you can find him at the links below:

Have any questions about catching trout?

Let me know in the comments below!

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1 month ago

Podcast play button doesn’t show.. for me at least

Thomas Campbell
1 year ago

I just listened to his speckled truth podcast two days ago, and didn’t realize it was Matt at first lol threw me off when I started listening to it, I had to double check I wasn’t listening to the same one at first


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