Redfish, Trout, Snook, & Flounder (FALL & WINTER)

By: Joseph Simonds on December 10, 2019
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Do fish hibernate like bears?

Absolutely not!!

So then why do most people catch fewer fish in the winter?

Or even worse… not go fishing at all in the winter!

I’ve been hearing a lot of people complaining that fish seem to have “lockjaw” now, or “they’re just not biting.”

If you’re thinking the same thing, I’ve got great news for you…

This is simply not true!

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Luke and I thought the very same thing for a loooong time, and because of that, we usually put our fishing rods up during the winter.

But wintertime is now one of our favorite times to go fishing!

Want to know why?

We’ll tell you exactly why in this podcast, plus we’ll also share:

  • How to maximize your chances of catching more fish this winter
  • The single most important thing if you want to catch more fish
  • The best tool for finding fishing spots if you fish deeper or murky water
  • Luke’s favorite types of areas, depths, and times to catch fish this season
  • Where to find big snook and redfish now
  • Luke’s best lure tips for winter (favorite colors, retrieveal speeds, etc)
  • The pros and cons of fishing docks (and how to do it effectively)
  • One huge mistake that anglers make when it comes to catching fish

You can listen to this episode by clicking the play button below, or on iTunes, Stitcher, or Spotify.

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Winter & Fall Inshore Fishing [PODCAST]

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How To Find Fishing Spots In Deep Or Murky Water

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We talk a lot about using online satellite maps to find more fishing spots, but if the water is deep or murky, it’s a lot harder to use them.

That’s why we included sonar maps in our new tool SmartFishingTides.com.

These maps can help you see the depth and find deeper holes that you might not have found otherwise.

This is a huge asset for winter, since fish will be looking for deeper, warmer, pockets of water when it gets really cold.

Check out this new tool at SmartFishingTides.com.

Conclusion

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If you’re one of those people who just can’t seem to find fish in the winter, here’s how you can start turning your luck around…

In the winter, fish can most likely be found in places such as residential canals and docks, and deeper channels, and you can catch them by slowing down your retrieve.

And like fishing in all seasons, if you focus on finding feeding fish, you’ll increase your chances of catching them.

Have any questions about catching inshore fish in the winter?

Let us know in the comments below!

And if you know someone who wants to catch more fish this winter, please TAG or SHARE this with them!

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