Cobia prowl the Louisiana coast this month, and adding a few to the freezer is just a matter of knowing a few tricks of the trade.
With the motor idling to keep the boat in position against the running tide, the captain nosed toward a small oil-field structure in the Gulf of Mexico and tossed some fish pieces under the barnacle-encrusted legs supporting this steel island.
As the succulent chunks of fish slowly disappeared into the aquamarine water, larger shapes materialized to create a frenzy just below the surface. Soon, various other fishy objects, large and small, appeared.
Aggressive fish darted out from under the platform to snatch their share of morsels.Click here to read more on Ling Lessons: Catch more lemonfish with these tips
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