4 Tips To Catch An Inshore Slam After A Cold Front [Double Slam Trip]

By: Luke Simonds on February 27, 2019
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For years, I thought that fishing simply wasn’t good when the water got cold.

Come November or December I’d put my rods up and look forward to late March and early April.

But I was wrong.

I was missing out on what actually might be the easiest time to catch a slam.

Check out the video below to watch Capt. Justin Napior and I catch a double slam in just 1 short morning trip.

You’ll see the following in this video:

  1. What type of spot we were catching them at (that every fishery has)
  2. What lures we were using
  3. The secret to retrieving your lure to catch wintertime slams
  4. Exactly why fishing in the wintertime can be one of the best times to fish

Enjoy!

 Post-Cold Front Slam [VIDEO]

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Gregory Ramko
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Justin Napier do you still use Flats HQ soft plastics at all?I was going through my tackle organizing and came across some Flats HQ paddle tails, jerk baits, and hardbaits that I forgot I had.

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I do still have some! And yes every now and then I grab one!

Ron Langford
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Good stuff in cold weather Luke, I fish Goodland and Marco area a lot and was wondering which boat ramp you were at? Thanks Ron