How To Find The Nearshore Depth Highway To Catch Big Fish
During the summer months, BIG fish are within just a couple of miles off of the beach.
I’m talking big tarpon, kingfish, cobia, tuna, and sailfish.
They are following bait school migrations as they head up the beach.
And if you want your chance at catching them, you need to know where the depth highways are and how to find them!
Learn the quickest way to identify these depth contours in this new video.
Check it out!
How To Find The Nearshore Depth Highway [VIDEO]
You can easily catch big fish in a small boat or kayak off the beach.
Most of the time fish orientate themselves to structure like natural reefs, wrecks, or rocks.
But sometimes you may be fishing an area that does not have any of these things and you’ll want to know what else you can look for to find fish.
How To Find Depth Highways Online
Go to Google and search for GPS nautical charts.
This site should show up first: click here for GPS charts.
Find your area and zoom in to see the water depths.
Try to find is the depth highways looking for different colors and where the depths change.
Find the distance to the depth of water you want to target by using the measuring tool.
Baitfish are going to be close to shore and those big fish are going to cruise in through the depth highways to feed.
Find a combination of baitfish schools and focus on depth changes and highways to find fish!
These pelagics move in shallow and follow temperature breaks and color changes in the depth highways.
Have you found the depth highways in your area?
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