This trip built upon the success of the previous day, landing 52 keeper speckled trout. See the where I fished, what tackle worked best and which techniques were preferred.
This wasn't planned to be an LAFB Elite trip, but what I learned was so good that I had to do a review!
September is a "transition" month for speckled trout, bridging the gap between their spawn and fall feast. On this trip I begin looking for where they're feeding during this migration.
Despite it being August, I wanted to see if sizable numbers of keeper specks were feeding on dock lights in Lakes Pontchartrain and Catherine. This is what happened.
Throwbacks, hardhead catfish and a broken rod made this fishing trip a grind, but I was still able to put together a decent box despite the bad luck.
In this webinar we cover the habits of summertime speckled trout and how they're affected by water temperature, the spawn and other variables. All so we can better catch them.
Learn what Google Earth is, how to get installed and become familiar with its layout and functions.
I hadn't been on a proper speckled trout trip this summer, so I set out to see where they were biting. This is what happened.
Inshore anglers rarely use sonar to locate speckled trout and catch them. Learn how in this seminar! Also, I re-recorded this seminar I held in the Super Dome (at the Sportsman Show), so there is better detail in the screen.
If I had to choose three things inshore anglers could focus on to improve their trips, these three are it.
Cast further, never get snagged and drift correctly.
Monofilament isn't worse than braid, it's simply another tool in the toolbox for wise inshore anglers to succeed with.