Where Should You Cast When Sight Fishing While Inshore?
Where should you cast when sight fishing while inshore??
This video is all about where to and where NOT to place your lures in order to catch more fish while sight fishing.
Check it out!!
Where Should You Cast When Sight Fishing? [VIDEO]
Equipment I Used On This Trip:
- Rod: 7’6 Slot Machine
- Reel: 2500 Shimano Stradic FL
- Line: 10lb PowerPro
- Leader: 20lb Berkley Vanish Fluorocarbon Leader
- Lure: 4″ Slam Shady Mulligan Paddletail
- Hook: 3/0 Hoss Helix Hook 1/8 oz.
The two fish I ran into in the above footage were on back-to-back casts.
One of them spooked off and the other went straight in to strike my lure.
I was using the Slam Shady Mulligan rigged on a 3/0 Hoss Helix Hook weighing 1/8 oz.
Also, I had the typical 10lb PowerPro braid tipped with 20lb Berkley Vanish Fluorocarbon Leader.
All of this was rigged on the Salt Strong Slot Machine Custom Rod and that was paired with a Shimano Stradic FL 2500.
The first fish is the fish that spooked off.
I initially wasn’t sure which direction the fish was facing and accidentally threw my lure directly behind the fish which caused it to dart off in the opposite direction.
You definitely DO NOT want to cast behind a fish because the second they are startled or surprised by something behind them, odds are they’re going to race off and out of there.
However, on the next fish, I was able to see which direction the fish was facing and make an accurate cast.
Without hesitation, the fish jumped forwards and pounced on the lure.
Do you want to catch fish like this – consistently?!?!
Finding The Fish Help
In order to help make sure that you are targeting the right areas based on the latest feeding trends and upcoming weather forecasts, make sure to use the following 3 resources because they will save you a ton of time.
1. Weekend Game Plans (updated weekly)
These regional game plans will show you exactly what types of spots to target in under 10 minutes… just click the video to start, and you’ll be informed on what to do on your next trip.
2. Smart Fishing Spots Platform (updated every 15 minutes)
This exclusive software literally shows you where the most fish are likely to be feeding based on exactly when you’ll be fishing. It factors in the tides, wind, and weather to help you quickly see which areas to target throughout the day.
3. Community Reports (live feed)
The Insider Community platform is what you can use to see what is biting near you, and you can get to know other members who fish in your area. Plus, you can use it to keep a log of your catches so you can use past trips to help predict future catches.
STOP WASTING TIME ON THE WATER!
Do what the “SMART ANGLERS” are doing and join the Insider Club.
Here’s what you’ll receive today when you join: