The Secret To Using Birds To Find Redfish, Trout, And Snook
Here’s a question that just came in:
How do you use birds to find fish on the flats?
This a great question because:
- Finding birds is one of the best ways to find fish, but…
- Not all birds lead to feeding fish
Check out the video below to learn how to use birds to find redfish, trout, and snook.
Using Birds To Find Fish [VIDEO]
When birds are flying in the air and busting bait on the surface, that’s an obvious sign there are baitfish (and probably predator fish) around.
But that’s not exactly what I’m looking for…
I like to find birds that are wading in the water, or sitting along structure or a shoreline.
You’ll often find redfish nearby because these fish are hunting bait in the shallows.
Even if the birds aren’t actively hunting, they could have just finished feeding.
Next time you’re on the water trying to find fish, look for birds.
But don’t look up to the sky, look for them wading or holding near the shallows.
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