How To Sight Cast For Redfish On The Flats (VIDEO)
By: Tony Acevedo on December 27, 2018
It’s sight fishing time!
If you’ve ever tried sight casting at a redfish or snook on a flat, you know it’s not as easy as some pros make it look.
First, you’ve got to find a feeding fish on the flats (that you haven’t spooked yet).
Second, you’ve got to find a way to get close enough to make a perfect cast without spooking the fish.
Third, your lure needs to make the perfect presentation in front of the fish’s face.
That’s a lot of things that need to go your way!
So here’s the big takeaway (before you watch Tony do this in real life below):
Cast far enough AHEAD & PAST the fish so that your lure or bait will intercept the fish directly in its path.
Check out how Salt Strong fishing coach Tony Acevedo does it below.
Enjoy and tight lines!
Sight Casting For Redfish
Pretty cool stuff, huh!
Any questions on sight casting for redfish?
Let me know below.
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