Awesome Snook Catch While Skipping New Lure Under Docks


Just wanted to share a fun snook catch that took place while skipping our new shrimp lure up under some docks.

During a recent dock fishing trip with light tackle expecting only smaller fish since it was the middle of the day with weak tides, I came across this big snook that inhaled the shrimp lure.

Check this out!!!

BIG Snook On Power Prawn USA

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Somehow this snook didn’t get away!!

While recently testing out the NEW Power Prawn USA artificial shrimp lure under some docks, a nice snook couldn’t resist striking this lure.

After skipping this lure underneath docks in search of a bite, this big snook took us for a ride!

The fish immediately darted off and the line began to rub against the dock pilings.

In this situation, you want to keep the line tight and remain patient.

The snook unbelievably behaved and swam underneath the dock to where it could be handled and released.

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Quinton Jay Whitmire
2 years ago

I hope some of the kids at Admiral Farragut see this video. I graduated there in 73′ and we had no idea there were big snook under the docks.

Luke Simonds
2 years ago

How awesome! My dad went to that school too.

James Coyle
2 years ago

That was impressive! Luck was with you but mad skills on display! Did you get a measurement? Great catch!

Luke Simonds
2 years ago
Reply to  James Coyle

Thanks James! I didn’t measure it. My guess is that it was around 32 inches long.

Don Wilson
2 years ago

man that was awesome!!! Great rod skills too…U DA MAN!

Luke Simonds
2 years ago
Reply to  Don Wilson

Thanks Don!

2 years ago

Nice Snook….I love that dog !

Luke Simonds
2 years ago
Reply to  Marc

Thanks Marc!

Larry Crosby
2 years ago

I’d like to see up close how the shrimp is tied on. Thanks!

Luke Simonds
2 years ago
Reply to  Larry Crosby

You can see the rigging details in this post I made to show exactly how to rig, use, and store these lures:

David Atkins
2 years ago

Now that’s a double winner, kept Otis in the boat and got that monster into the boat, great video, Luke – as always love watching Otis, lol

Luke Simonds
2 years ago
Reply to  David Atkins

Thanks for making time to post the nice comment David!

Kenneth Pape
2 years ago

Like another wrote, I’d like to see a smaller version.

Luke Simonds
2 years ago
Reply to  Kenneth Pape

The Junior size has already been designed and is in production now. Should be ready in a month or two.

Matt Cazalas
2 years ago


Luke Simonds
2 years ago
Reply to  Matt Cazalas

Thanks Matt!

Leonard Tylenda
2 years ago

This vid never gets old! [for me] Way to keep Otis behaved. LOL Oh, yeah, super snook on super-smooth extraction!

Luke Simonds
2 years ago

Thanks Al!

Thomas Deluca
2 years ago

WOW great job 🙂

Luke Simonds
2 years ago
Reply to  Thomas Deluca

Thanks Thomas!


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