Black Drum Fishing Videos
When you head out to do some wintertime inshore fishing with the intent of filling your cooler with good eats, you probably are not thinking black drum. Sure, bigger fish are to be passed over. But, the smaller "puppy" drum are delicious, making excellent table fare. Know where and how to target puppy drum selectively will make for plenty of great meals. Capt. William Toney will show you the spots to fish and why the fish hold there. Black drum are bottom feeders and tend to gorge on shrimp, fiddler crabs and other small crustaceans. This is where they get their excellent flavor and texture. Learn about the baits William uses and how he rigs them. He will explain how to locate the deeper holes and channels these little morsels like and all the tackle and tactics you need to know for this type of angling. These fishing tips will prove invaluable on winter days when heading further out is not in your game plan.
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Is there anything more exciting than site casting to fish in skinny water? While this type of saltwater fishing is not one of the easier fishing endeavors, it ranks near the top for thrill. Spotting black drum on the flats takes a keen eye. If you want to know how to catch black drum on the flats, join super experienced old school Florida Keys fishing guide Ruben Lee as he shares light tackle inshore fishing tactics for casting to fish. Ruben goes into great detail to demonstrate how to successfully targets black drum on the flats. He discusses and demonstrates fishing tips on how to fish the flats, locate black drum in skinny water, how to determine whether they are feeding, what bait works, positioning your bait in their path, the requisite tackle, tides and conditions, plus so much more. Fishing the flats in the Florida Keys takes a certain level of knowledge that we intend to share with you. We will explain which end of the flat to start fishing on, based on where the sun is and which way the wind is blowing. Learn how to spot fish. What do you look for? This species has eyes positioned in such a way that they spend a lot of time looking down nosing around on the bottom in search of bait food. Getting them to eat your bait can be a challenge, so you really have to be able to cast your bait with accuracy to put in their meandering path, without spooking them. Natural bait is the way to go. See what type works best and why. BUY DVD Here
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