Sheepshead & Mangrove Snapper (ON DEMAND)


It’s time for the Salt Strong Podcast LIVE!

Join in as Luke and I fish bridges for sheepshead and snapper live and uncut.

You’ll feel just like you’re on the boat with us, as we talk about things like:

  • The best types of bridges for sheepshead (and other predator fish)
  • How to rig shrimp so you get your bait stolen less (and get snagged less)
  • What to do when there’s a super low tide
  • Strategies to catch more fish under bridges
  • And much more!

Plus, if you stay until the end, you’ll see the surprise abrupt ending to this episode that was definitely not how we planned it!

This episode is one you’ll want to watch on video, but you can also listen to it by clicking the play button below the video, or on iTunes, Stitcher, or Spotify.

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The episode about catching 24x more fish is our previous live episode so if you liked this one, you’ll definitely have to check out that one, too.

We mentioned rigging shrimp weedless a lot in this episode, and the video below will show you how to do that.


What a fun episode, even though it definitely did not end the way we hoped!

If you’re looking to bring home a tasty dinner this week, or you have friends or family that just want to get tight lines, bridge fishing with shrimp is the way to go, just make sure that you’re rigging the shrimp weedless.

And for those of you at home wondering how the camera situation worked out…

The camera is shot and we thought the footage was, too, but one of my friends owns a photography company and he shared a hack with me that allowed me to get the footage from the memory card.

What a mess!

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Richard Fiorentino
4 months ago

Joe – I know this is an old video, but what rod were you using? Thanks

1 year ago

Hey guys! Absolutely love listening to your podcasts on the way to work and watching your videos. In this video you mentioned how grunts are great for snook or grouper. If you were to keep the grunts for bait fish, where would your next steps go for that kind of targeting? Thanks in advance!!

Clifford Bombard
1 year ago

Your podcasts and videos have very much info in them. Not a criticism but just wanted to ask a question. With all the small fish stripping your baits, have you ever thought of using pieces of FISH BITES baits to secure on your hooks? Does it sound ridiculous or maybe an experiment in an upcoming video?

1 year ago

3,200$ camera and accessories. It was some priceless footage. I really wanted to see more…

Gary Friedman
1 year ago

Love these podcasts, it’s great because of there unedited/real life.
Also, I got to say that you two are a great team. There were Martin and Lewis, Crosby and Hope, Abbott and Costello. I have to honestly say these podcasts wouldn’t work without both of you. Keep up the dynamite work.

Bill Zimmer
1 year ago

So sorry about the camera but I thoroughly enjoy these podcasts. Hope you keep doing them.

1 year ago

you can send it back to the manufacturer. They will repair it. I know a pro photographer thats has done that.

Al Dignan
1 year ago

After seeing you lose the camera, I don’t feel so bad. I got turned over in Dec. and trashed my new phone that was in a supposedly waterproof case. Do you worry about falling in with your phone?. I just joined this year and enjoy your tips and videos.

George Arndt
1 year ago

Lost my iPhone 8 when my line broke as I was filming this monster Ray the size of a card table. But being that I’m 60 I must have lost my cat like reflexes cause I just watched as it rocked slowly out of site into the drink. Great video would have like to seen your rig…I’ll go back and view some of the related articles …. I’m sure I’ll find it there. Great video!

Andy Benedict
1 year ago

Geez guys! HUGE bummer on the camera! I think you guys were destined to have a mishap with all the talk of losing things and really needing a videographer etc! Ha! Sorry guys.

1 year ago
Reply to  Andy Benedict

Thanks Andy! Yes, we were due for a camera fail… it fortunately was the first time we’ve had any issues like this (hopefully the last, but probably not).

Andy Benedict
1 year ago
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