Snook, Redfish, Seatrout

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Snook, redfish and seatrout all react differently to cold fronts. Fishing cold fronts you have to slow down when water temp drops and be patient as the bite will not be aggressive. Look for darker bottom. Dark bottom warms up fast than light bottom. 2 degrees can make a huge difference. wait until 10 am to depart as the sun is higher and will radiate the water faster. Slow down your presentation and use search baits. The bite has been pretty consistent. The spotted seatrout have been very active as well as some redfish and snook. The other suspect like ladyfish and jacks keep the action good. Zman and Nomads have worked well. Let’s get you on the schedule. or call me 908-675-6700

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