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May 20, 2017

Fishing for Redfish with Capt. William Toney

If you want to learn more about fishing for redfish that receive significant pressure, watch this In The Spread video with Capt. William Toney. Sometimes you just need a little edge to hook pressured redfish and this is it. Learn a few handy secrets to catch more redfish. See what baits work, how to catch and rig them, how to fish a key, bait presentation, how to wrk the tides and more.

Watch here: www.inthespread.com

Capt. Toney knows redfish. He spends most of the year targeting them in the waters of Homosassa, Florida and knows a heck of a lot of tricks to catch them. See how you can accelerate your learning curve and leave the frustration behind. Just because the redfish in your area get loads of pressure does not mean they will not bite. Get ahead of the game.

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