How To Catch An Inshore Slam In 20 Minutes (Even In A New Spot)

By: Luke Simonds on October 14, 2019
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First cast…

Boom!

A fun topwater trout.

Just as planned, right?

Of course, things don’t always go as planned…

Sometimes you have to wait an hour or two for the first bite…

Or go to four or five different spots…

And sometimes that first bite never comes at all and you go home skunked!

But there’s one shortcut to catching fish that trumps all the other tips.

Armed with two lures, a handful of spots picked from ten minutes on Google Maps, and this one shortcut, I caught an inshore slam in twenty minutes, plus loads more snook and redfish in a spot that I’d never been to.

Want to know what that shortcut is?

Watch the video below.

Catching An Inshore Slam In 20 Minutes [VIDEO]

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“The fish are holding in tight to the mangroves, so cast as close to them as you can…”

Or, “After this latest front, the fish have started to move back into the backcountry, and there aren’t as many out on the flats now…”

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Because of the trends I got from the Insider Club, I was able to go out and catch tons of snook, redfish, and trout in a short two and a half hour trip, in a spot that I’d never been to.

Conclusion

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Luke, at times I am unsuccessfully fishing inshore areas that seem to have all the components of an ideal spot (flow, structure and bait). When this happens (and seems to be often) I chalk it up to the fish aren’t feeding despite the appearance of feeding w/ regular jumping (or generally I’m not reading the feeding trends accurately/correctly). In addition to changing locations, do you have suggestions for such a scenario? Thank you!