Fishing this week isn’t going to be a walk in the park, but it’s not going to be bad either. Dress warmly, stay dry, head up the rivers and creeks, and remember the basics of cold-water fishing. Move your baits slowly and cast a lot. The key is to cover a lot of water and place your lure or bait right under the fishes nose. They won’t expend a lot of energy looking for something to eat. Use your depth finder to locate holes or depressions, then prospect those areas with a live shrimp hooked on a small jighead. Bounce it along slowly until you get a couple of solid bites, then switch over to soft plastics and mine the area thoroughly. Sometimes, if you can find a group of manatees gathered together, carefully fish that area (without snagging them). The warm water that attracts the sea cows might also draw fish. Don’t limit yourself to just trout and redfish. There are plenty of flounder and mangrove snapper to be caught too. And if you find a rare flat day, ease on out and work the rock piles for some black sea bass. All the details are in the Fishing… Read full this story
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