You’ve Got To See This Solo Double-Up On Redfish

Don’t try this at home kids!

Have you ever tried to double-up on fish by yourself?

This school of redfish was passing by and the opportunity to catch multiple fish was too tough to pass up on!

Check this out!!!

You’ve Got To See This Solo Double-Up On Redfish [VIDEO]

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JustMe
7 months ago

Luke, those were beautifully bronzed Reds. Gorgeous coloration.

Luke Simonds
7 months ago
Reply to  JustMe

The water is just the right color for giving those redfish a cool bronzed look.

Art Heiter
7 months ago

Well now… only thing left to do is take a third rod with you and up your game… Go for three… (might need Otis to help you there…) 😅 Good stuff…👏

Luke Simonds
7 months ago
Reply to  Art Heiter

Haha! Had Otis been there, it most likely would have been a skunk trip because he is so loud on the boat and those reds are finicky:)

Luke Starnes
7 months ago

I caught 3 keeper reds today and a 26 inch trout, but you REALLY got into em!

Luke Simonds
7 months ago
Reply to  Luke Starnes

Great work on the fish catching Luke!

Jamie Beadle
7 months ago

Doubled up on reds out of the same school last fall in the Pamlico Sound behind Hatteras Island, NC. Cast to one, the school spooked and a second one hit a partial pinfish chunk I had forgotten about that was on a second rod out behind the kayak. Great memory. Way to go Luke – beautiful fish.

Luke Simonds
7 months ago
Reply to  Jamie Beadle

How cool!

Sue
7 months ago

I would like you to say where you are when making your videos. Also, how about some videos of fishing from the beach or a nice spot near some mangroves while on land. I don’t at this time have the pleasure of owning a boat and I get all jealous watching you catch these beautiful fish. Just kidding but I sure love your videos.

Luke Simonds
7 months ago
Reply to  Sue

Thanks for making time to post the nice comment Sue! Please know that there are plenty of good spots that are accessible by foot… it’s just tough to film those trips since there’s nowhere to put the camera equipment.

David Smith
7 months ago

Good job Luke….
I did the same thing with a snook & a red two weeks ago….adrenaline rush for sure!

Luke Simonds
7 months ago
Reply to  David Smith

How cool that you had a snook & red combo double!

JIM JACOBUS
JIM JACOBUS
7 months ago

Beautiful reds Luke and nice work on the double. Better than pinfish and lizzards (which are all I can find lately).Red tide is killing me here in Sarasota.

Luke Simonds
7 months ago
Reply to  JIM JACOBUS

So sorry to see that the red tide is still bad down there! Hopefully it clears out soon.

Mario Relvini
7 months ago

Now you’re rubbing it in Luke! That’s amazing!

Luke Simonds
7 months ago
Reply to  Mario Relvini

Thanks Mario!

George Layton
7 months ago

That’s the kind of ” DOUBLE TROUBLE ” that’s welcomed !!! Fantastic experience Luke, congrats & thanks for sharing !!!

Luke Simonds
7 months ago
Reply to  George Layton

Thanks George!

Ed Gilbert
7 months ago

Two questions. 1. Would a dip net make it easier to handle the fish? 2. Where’s Otis?

Luke Simonds
7 months ago
Reply to  Ed Gilbert

Yes, a landing net would have been helpful. But redfish are pretty easy to handle so it wasn’t an issue to not have one. Otis was at home because it was too calm out that day… I only bring him on windy days since he makes so much noise.

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