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rshields wrote:I thought "Cathing" was some new thing for snnook. But... all of the above
That whats I would try right now. Also try throwing some flair hawks, D.O.A. shrimp, T eyez, and swim baits. I usually only fish artificials.Tide wise I like to fish the last of the fall if I can. But have done well other at times. If one bridge is not working try another one. You can lose a lot of sleep snook fishing living by the tides.CubanExpress wrote:I would say best bet right now would be drifting live shrimp in the current under the ICW bridges.
jettypark28 wrote:First off remember its close season for them right now....
Here what works just about anywhere...find moving water (changing tides) is a must
Keep everything simple..IMO livebait will always outfish deadbait...try not to use swivels
do line to line knots and the smallest/strongest hook possible...
if you are fishing deep water...then a egg sinker will do, to get your bait down to the bottom...
weight will depend on the area you are fishing at...
Snook don't feed like other fish...they have a small window when the bite is on and at times
it turns off pretty quick...
When its "Cold" like it is right now..."Downsize" everything you use...and move it "SLOW"...this
goes for freelining live bait and lures...
Winter snooking in itself is tough...but it can be done..oh remember Snooks arent far from the
shoreline...so if you are catching blues
you are casting too far at times...or not deep enough....and keep moving around!!!
Fish a "Area" not a spot...good luck
gdm phil wrote:thanx for the tips we will see how me and my dad do tomm, he will be happy to get bait on the sabiki after the 2 feet of snow he just shoveled
CubanExpress wrote: If bigger Snook are on your list, try fishing cut baits on the bottom like mullet.
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