Massive School Of Drum Inhaling This Lure (All Caught On Film)!
Have you been using the Slam Shady 2.0 paddletail???
Holy redfish and black drum school!
If this video doesn’t get you pumped for fall fishing, then nothing will!
Here’s the backstory:
Capt. Peter Deeks was out filming some footage for our “Fish Finder Mastery Course” and came across these schools of drum.
And he just happened to have a few Slam Shady paddletails on this boat…
Want to see what happened next?
Watch the video below!
Redfish School Meets Slam Shady [VIDEO]
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What an awesome video!
We’ve been getting so much good feedback about these lures and this video is the cherry on top.
Now, a common misconception we hear is that if you want to catch bull redfish, then you have to use live bait.
But this video says otherwise…
The redfish caught at the end of the video was 50 inches!!!
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Great video and nice fish!!!
Ok, ok, I’ll try using the 1/16 oz. jig head instead of my normal choice of the 1/4 oz. I’m fully convinced that I’m using too much weight, after seeing this video.
Now that’s the biggest school I have ever seen!
OMG, awesome stuff.
Funny in the video how…., of the whole 2 fish shown reeled in, both were dead as a doornail coming out of the water. Nice trick photographry / filming though.
What made you think these fish were dead?
The footage you saw was literally seconds after the fish broke the surface. All fish were safely released. We’ll be posting the full footage to our Insiders (showing the entire fight without edits – including the quick release).
Thanks for taking the time to watch and comment. We always appreciate anglers like you who are passionate about conservation/catch & release as we are.
My son and I saw a similar situation several years ago on the Indian River Lagoon north of Sebastian Inlet. The school of reds was at least twice, maybe three times the size of this school. We saw it twice but we only had one strike. The fish were big but totally inactive. Even though we didn’t catch anything it was so cool. I have found the smaller, roving schools of bull reds to be different. If you can get a cast to them before they flash by they will usually strike. Then you just hang on. Best fish there is. Catch and release gals and guys.
Almost looks like a cocoaho (spelling???) minnow…
That’s amazing ! Deeks is the one captain I wish you guy did more training with! He’s the man