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Posted on Oct 30, 2012 in Short Strikes
Salt Water Sportsman
South Louisiana is being invaded by multi-colored flesh eaters. Read More
Posted on Oct 22, 2012 in Short Strikes
Salt Water Sportsman
Some folks who chase speckled trout are hesitant to throw tandem rigs. Whether it’s the stigma of them being "gimmick baits," beginner’s lures, or give the feeling that you're cheating—sometimes if you’re not throwing one you’re missing the boat. Tandem rigs can produce when trout turn single baits down. Here are ten compelling reasons to give them a toss.1. Chill’in. In chilly water, tandem rigs offer a slower presentation (fall rate) than single baits by splitting the weight between baits. As such, they work independently of each other. Read More
Posted on Oct 17, 2012 in Short Strikes, inshore fishing
Salt Water Sportsman
Summer’s feverish soft plastic bite has begun to fade as winter’s chill sets in. Retreating water temperatures dictate slower presentations as a fish’s metabolism turns sluggish. As fishing days grow shorter, try these incremental adjustments to improve your fish catching quotient. Read More
Posted on Oct 8, 2012 in Short Strikes
Salt Water Sportsman
I’d venture a guess that relatively few fishermen contemplate the attitude they hold their rod at when fishing artificials. Seems most fish their rod flat (parallel) to the water. While it may sound odd, carrying your rod tip high at around 10 or even 11 o’clock, will significantly improve your success rate. Read More
Posted on Oct 4, 2012 in Short Strikes
Salt Water Sportsman
As temperatures begin to chill, fish start easing into their pre-winter pattern. Cooler temps bring occasionally unstable weather which can turn the bite on like no other time of the year.One of the hottest spots in early Fall are “flushes.” Flushes are aquatic features where freshwater is infused into salt following heavy rains. These include spillways, run-offs, seeps (i.e., where water seeps in through an ill-defined, flat, generally weed infested natural drain), man-made drains, ditches, culverts, and the like. Read More