The Best Saltwater Fishing Tips – Salt Strong Newsletter (July 8, 2018)

By: Joseph Simonds on July 8, 2018

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I hope you were able to go out fishing this weekend and bring in some lunkers!

On the fishing tip side of things, we’ve got some great some ones for guys this week.

Below you will find the Salt Strong newsletter for the week ending July 8, 2018.

This post shows a top summary of the new fishing tips that went live this past week (so that you don’t miss out on any of them).

It starts with our Salt Strong Insider tips and then highlights our public tips from this week.

Enjoy (and please let us know what tips or reviews you want us to cover next – simply leave a message in the comments below).

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Top Insider Fishing Club [Exclusive Tips]

This section covers the top Insider fishing tips from this past week.

Simply click on the link (or the image) and you will be instantly taken to the specific post.

If you aren’t part of the Insider Club yet, click here to join (risk-free for 365 days).

1. How to Catch Fish in Murky Water [With Capt. C.A. Richardson] (Click Here)

2. Upgrading Your Treble Hooks and Split Rings to Catch More Fish (Click Here)

3. Black Drum on Artificials [Insider Report] (Click Here)

4. Salt Strong Flags – Two For One Special (click here)

Let us know any specific tips you want to see next month by leaving a comment below.

Want New Fishing Spots, Reports, Trends, & Exclusive Tips Every Week?

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Here’s what you’ll get today when you join:

  • Weekly fishing reports and trends so you know exactly where to fish on your next trip
  • A private fishing community of like-minded anglers that are willing to help (NO NEGATIVITY OR CURSING ALLOWED)
  • Access to the pros (like Capt. CA Richardson, Capt. Peter Deeks, Peter Miller, and Capt. Dylan Hubbard)
  • Discounts on Salt Strong gear and other popular fishing tackle

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Top Public Fishing Tips

Each week we release at least one new public fishing tip and also feature a popular one from years past in case you missed it.

Enjoy!

1. Fishing Docks For Redfish And Snook [Best Lure & Tactics] (Click Here)

2. Top 5 Fly Fishing Mistakes When Targeting Redfish In Skinny Water (click here)

mosquito lagoon redfish

The Fish Strong Podcast

Every week we sit down with a different fishing expert to discuss fishing topics, tell stories and have fun on the Fish Strong podcast.

Note: please Subscribe to the Fish Strong podcast on iTunes so you never miss an episode!

1. The Best Catch and Release Techniques (Backed by Science) (Click Here)Speckled Trout

Featured Fish Recipes

One of our favorite fish to catch are redfish. We of course are supports of catch and release fishing, but we also support families and friends dining together as well…

And one of the best ways to do that is to bring some fish home for dinner.

Here’s an article that shows you 10 great recipes for cooking the delicious redfish:

The Best Way to Cook Redfish [10 Amazing Redfish Recipes] (Click Here)best redfish recipes

Best Fishing Knots

The knot we use for each connection in our line is one of the few factors involved with catching a fish of a lifetime that we have 100% control over.

So it’s on us to make sure we’re using the absolute best knot based on the connection type of lines used.

All fishing knots are NOT created equal, so strength testing is needed to determine the winners vs. the losers.

Here’s the latest list of the knots that we’ve tested so far for the various line types and connection needs:

The Best Fishing Knots Of All Time [Ranked Strongest To Weakest] (Click Here)Strongest Fishing Knots Guide

Conservation

Our fisheries are something that we have to do our part in protecting. And that, of course, involves proper handling of our fish that are going to be released.

Here’s a very helpful post that describes the 5 essential parts of the fish to protect while they are being handled:

The Complete Guide To Catch, Photo, & Release Fishing (click here)

Hope you enjoyed these fishing tips for the week.

Any questions on any tip?

Any specific tips or tactics you want us to cover next?

Just let us know… we are here to help you.

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Tight lines!

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Want New Fishing Spots, Reports, Trends, & Exclusive Tips Every Week?

Then you’ve got to see this private fishing club!

Here’s what you’ll get today when you join:

  • Weekly fishing reports and trends so you know exactly where to fish on your next trip
  • A private fishing community of like-minded anglers that are willing to help (NO NEGATIVITY OR CURSING ALLOWED)
  • Access to the pros (like Capt. CA Richardson, Capt. Peter Deeks, Peter Miller, and Capt. Dylan Hubbard)
  • Discounts on Salt Strong gear and other popular fishing tackle

Click here to join today.

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Jim Belote

Joe and Luke, I live in Tampa as well. I’m a Salt Strong member. I would greatly appreciate a tip on where and how to fish on two tide days. It’s hard to find moving water during this time of the month.
Thanks!
Jim

Laddie Birge
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Please address how to target slot reds and drum in N.E. Fla. Oversize reds and drum are relatively easy to catch fishing crabs on bottom in deep water. Few slot reds are caught that way.

William Hawkins
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Glad to hear your discussion on how to safely release fish with the highest survival rate. With inshore fish, “deep hooks” seem to be the greatest challenge. If I feel I can not easily remove the hook with out tugging , wiggling or pulling too much, I opt for cutting the line as short as possible with out attempting to remove the hook.
There are plenty of hook removing tools but they all involve grabbing the hook in order to pull it free. I wish someone could develop a tool designed specifically to reach deep and then cut the hook as close to the barb as possible. The loop end of the hook and line would then remove easily and the barb end would likely fall out or rust away very quickly.

Richard Lombardi
Member

Flounder for me