Pay attention to the water movement, particularly on a falling tide, and you’ll catch more speckled trout this winter.
One of the things that most intimidates me about fishing inshore saltwater fish as opposed to freshwater fish is how much more vast the playing field is.
The father of structure fishing for bass, Buck Perry, is famous for stating the obvious: “The bass are either deep, shallow or somewhere in between.”
Inside the confining rim of a reservoir, bass are limited as to where they can be. And all Perry was trying to intimate was that if the fish weren’t biting in one place, there were two others to try. Click here to read more on Terminal Tide Lines