Snook Crushes Crab Caught On Film (Proof That Snook Eat Crabs)
By: Joseph Simonds on November 11, 2018
Ever seen a snook eat a crab?
If you asked certain inshore anglers, they’d tell you that crabs aren’t good snook bait…
That crabs are for catching redfish, black drum, tarpon, and permit…
But after fishing inshore waters for many years, we’ve seen our fair share of snook inhaling a crab on a hook… and now, we’ve finally got some proof.
This weekend we were in Ruskin at E.G. Simmons park filming some upcoming fishing tutorials, and I happened to walk down to the seawall at the ramp and saw this stud snook.
I also saw two crabs (the first one was smart enough to head deeper when it sensed the snook coming – see if you can spot him) that were right in his path.
A few seconds later, I was lucky enough to witness this big snook eat the crab right below me.
Check out the footage below.
Snook Eats Crab (With Slo-Mo)
So the next time one of your fishing buddies says you can’t catch a nice snook on a crab show them this!
Or better yet, share this with them now.
Tight lines and best of luck out there.
P.S. – What’s the craziest fishing lure or bait that you’ve caught a snook with?
Let me know in the comments!
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