black drum fishing in the spread william toney florida
Apr 10, 2018

Fishing for Black "puppy" Drum

Gain valuable insight on targeting mid-winter “puppy” black drum from Capt. William Toney and Capt. Chad Bryson with this In The Spread fishing video. William is a light tackle inshore fishing expert and Chad is a super accomplished fly and light tackle wizard. As usual, they open up the play book, so you will have all the information you need to limit out on super edible sized black drum.

Black drum are often overlooked when it comes to table fare and certainly underappreciated for their light tackle sporting quality. When venturing out for some wintertime inshore and backcountry fishing action, knowing how to target species selectively can help put more fish in the boat. Learn more with this video.

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