This Is How To Catch A Topwater Inshore Slam (Before Going To Work)
Early morning topwater action can produce some of the best and most fun strikes while fishing!
But what if you have to go to work and can’t get out for the bite?
This is how you can get out early to catch a topwater slam before even putting your sunglasses on!
You’ll have plenty of time to catch an inshore slam and then head to work!
The main tip is to start early, look for the schools of mullet, and cover as much ground as possible.
Check out this LIVE fishing trip below!
You can watch the video version of this podcast below (which I highly recommend), listen to the audio version by clicking the play button underneath it, or listen to it on iTunes, Stitcher, or Spotify.
How To Catch A Quick Topwater Inshore Slam [VIDEO]
How To Catch A Quick Topwater Inshore Slam [PODCAST]
- STRIKE SPOTS: NEW TOOL THAT PREDICTS INSHORE FEEDING ZONES
- HOW TO FIND 90% OF ALL FEEDING FISH IN YOUR AREA (90/10 FISHING RULE)
- 1:38 – The Main Tip (Start early and look for the schools of mullet)
- 2:20 – What is Powerfishing?
- 2:47 – What should you be looking for?
- 4:34 – Search for any signs of life
- 4:40 – What is the best topwater lures to use and what gear for this application?
- 5:13 – What NOT to do with your boat in an Idle zone
- 6:00 – The purpose of Idle Zones
- 8:20 – When should you switch from topwater to something subsurface?
- 10:26 – Red tide aftermath
- 12:22 – Aim for a point along the mangroves that have signs of life
- 13:56 – This is why the fish will probably move the next day and so should you
- 16:40 – Redfish topwater behavior in the shallows
- 17:00 – Why are we in the smaller Maverick boat and not the Pathfinder?
- 18:25 – When a fish wakes behind your topwater – what should you do?
- 20:15 – Moonwalker with single-in line hooks (Benefits, purpose, and alternative to harmful trebles)
- 23:06 – What to do if you spook a school of redfish after catching one from the group
- 24:46 – What are more benefits of single-in line hooks?
- 25:12 – What to do to avoid casting into trees or structure
- 25:50 – The power of finding the current fishing trend
- 27:26 – Why you should cast one at a time if fishing with multiple people
- 27:56 – Catching jacks on the flats
- 30:13 – These are the exact conditions for switching from topwater to subsurface lures
- 32:35 – There is a reason the bigger fish get to be that big
- 33:25 – Benefits of subsurface lures after making the switch
- 34:15 – Dr. Juice on EVERYTHING (Let the juice loose!!)
Catching an inshore topwater slam before the sun fully rises has its challenges but this can be the best time of the day to see the best action along the surface.
You must power fish, cover a lot of ground, and find those schools of mullet piling up along the mangrove points!
What is the biggest fish you’ve ever caught on a morning topwater trip?
What else would you like to know about morning topwater action?
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