Virtual Fishing Tournaments (And How To Win Them)
By: Joseph Simonds on May 14, 2020
Capt. Patric has been a busy man since last joining us here…
In the spring of 2019 he set the Alabama state record for biggest sheepshead (see pic below).
And now that the Coronavirus has us all locked down, he’s been getting into virtual fishing tournaments with his son.
His son has been especially enjoying these virtual tournaments, and if you’ve ever wanted to enter one, this episode is for you!
Capt. Patric talks about:
- why fishing tournaments are becoming so popular (and how to win them)
- how to catch redfish and trout (best lures, baits, types of spots, etc)
- the biggest mistakes he sees anglers make
- and much more
Virtual Fishing Tournaments [PODCAST]
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- Why Most Saltwater Anglers FAIL (The Top Mistake)
I love that online fishing tournaments are helping people stay connected through these tough times.
And especially now that kids aren’t in school, this gives them a fun and competitive thing to do to stay entertained while learning about the outdoors.
Plus, with everyone documenting their catches for these tournaments, it can help them learn more about the fish trends and how to catch them.
Have you fished any virtual tournaments yet?
What did you think?
Let me know in the comments below!
And if you’re in Alabama and want to book a trip with Capt. Patric, you can do so at UglyFishing.com.
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