The Best Fishing Tips Of The Week: Salt Strong Newsletter (Mar 17, 2019)

By: Joseph Simonds on March 15, 2019
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The weekly newsletter is here!

I hope you’ve been enjoying this beautiful spring weather and were able to get on some fish this weekend.

Spring break is coming (or already here) for the kiddos so now is the perfect time for some family bonding out on the water!

In case you need to quickly brush up on what’s been happening out there, below are our best tips from this past week.

And if you want to know exactly what the fish are biting and where they are in your area, check out the Insider SUPER-Community.


Insider Tips [EXCLUSIVE]

gator trout   spring fishing fishing in windy conditions   best jerk baits

P.S. Click here to learn about the Insider SUPER-Community

Public Tips

mothership trip fishing   catch spanish mackerel baitcasting vs spinning reel   wade fishing essentials


Fish Strong Podcast

lunker snook   viktor hluden landshark outdoors interview


Alright, it’s “officially” spring on Wednesday so get out, enjoy the weather and catch some fish!

Did you have a favorite article from this past week?

Do you have any specific tips you want us to film?

Let us know in the comments below!

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I am going to be in St Petersburg the first of May. Looking for fishing advice. I have a 22ft bay boat and would like to find snook reds or trout. Or anything else that will be hitting.

Luke Simonds

I highly recommend joining the Super Community platform then because you’ll see a ton of spots and detailed reports all around St. Pete for catching snook, reds, and trout. Here’s a link to learn more:

Scott Schraff

Fellow Salt Strong members,

I’m headed down to Jupiter and Key Biscayne areas in early April for a couple weeks. I’m bringing my fishing gear, including my new Wader Dave ensemble, ready to wade & beach fish, as well as go out on the drift boats out of Jupiter Inlet for kings and cobia.

Does anyone have any suggested wading spots for those areas in April?

Also, if anyone is looking for a fishing buddy to help pay for gas & bait, and has all his own tackle, I’d love to share a boat trip.

Nick Strickland

Theres always jupiter inlet. Home of the monster snook. Go north of Jupiter on us1 past Johnathan dickenson park. Before you reach hobe sound theres a turtle rescue park on the west side of intracoastal. Walk the path down to wade for snook,trout,Jack’s etc….. Go further north on a1a to Hutchinson island a d theres miles of wading with intracoastal on the left and ocean on the right all the way up to ft pierce inlet…good fishing there too.
Not a lot of places to wade south of Jupiter inlet though. And ALL the bridges are full of snook too.

Scott Schraff

Thanks very much for the info Nick! I really appreciate it.

That turtle rescue park that you mentioned on the west side of the intercoastal just north of Dickenson State Park – Is that the Hobe Sound Nature Center?

Ernie Morris

Good evening! My brother and I are going to Cudjoe Key for vacation the first week in April. We are renting a 20′ boat. Can you give me some guidance as to what fish to target, baits to use and what line and terminal tackle to use? You guys are awesome! Thanks in advance for the info!

Charles Wahtola

Yellow Tail is the name of the game

Lance Lindsey

Would be really helpful to me if you guys could create a tutorial on choosing lure color for water clarity, weather variables such as sunny or cloudy skies and sun position .

Luke Simonds

Hey Lance, there’s a cheat sheet that prints out on a single page that shows a table for selecting the right type, color, and size lure based on the factors you mentioned. It’s called the Lure Select Matrix, and it can be found in the Lures & Rigging section on the master cheat sheets page linked here: