The PERFECT FISHING SPOT (For Redfish, Trout, Snook & Flounder)

By: Luke Simonds on April 15, 2019
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What’s the number one problem anglers have with catching fish?

Finding spots!

About 90% of the fish live in 10% of the water, so if you want to catch more fish…you need to find that 10%.

The good news is that in this video I’ll show you some shortcuts to finding that 10%.


(P.S. have any questions about finding the perfect fishing spot? Let me know in the comments below!)

The Perfect Fishing Spot [VIDEO]

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With all of the technology available today, you can now find fishing spots from the comfort of your own home.

And although there’s a lot to learn about finding the best fishing spots using online maps, there are some tips and tricks to help you quickly identify which spots are most likely to hold fish.

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1 year ago

Thanks for the helpful information. I’ve noticed you seem to fish more on grass and potholes versus Mangroves. Is that a coincidence or your preference?

1 year ago

Nice Luke – Now that it is almost that time of year, how about a quick tutorial on Tarpon ? You know, rod and reel recommendation, rigging, lures, and live bait tips Thanks