Wade Fishing For Redfish & Trout After A Severe Cold Front
Wade fishing can be an excellent way to catch big redfish, seatrout, snook, and flounder because you can be extremely quiet while covering water.
Many anglers falsely believe that they have to take the winter off from wade fishing after cold fronts because the fish get pushed off the shallow flats to escape the cold.
But for fishermen who plan the wade fishing spots properly to account for the cold conditions, wade fishing can still be very effective.
Here’s a fun video showing a recent wade fishing trip that has some great tips from Wader Dave on how to maximize your results while wade fishing.
Post-Cold Front Wade Fishing Video
Wade fishing can be an effective way to target redfish and trout even after cold fronts.
But just like fishing from boats or kayaks, it’s essential to factor in the weather conditions along with how the target species react to whatever weather patterns you are facing.
If anything, it’s actually more important to understand exactly how fish react to the changing weather if you’re wade fishing compared to fishing from a boat or kayak because you can’t cover nearly as much water… so spot selection is crucial.
If you need help with picking the right spots based on the weather patterns, be sure to go through the Finding Spots Mastery course that was referenced in the video. It lays the foundation for predicting exactly where the feeding zones will be.
Special thanks to Wader Dave for sharing some of his extensive knowledge in wade fishing. To learn more about him, go to www.wadersguide.com.
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