Snapper Fishing Videos
The land of opportunity, Venice, Louisiana serves up an abundant resource throughout the year. One of the more delectable fish species that is readily found in the dynamic environment in and around the many oil platforms is mangrove snapper. These are nice sized fish too. Oil platforms serve as the structure that many fish relate to and live within. Mangrove snapper fishing in the Gulf of Mexico can be fast and furious with fish reaching up to 20 lbs and average fish being +/- 8 pounders. When you drop baits on platforms, you never know what will eat it, but there are some ways to attract grovers to the boat. Chumming snappers is one the best and most exciting. Capt. Josh Howard is going to share with you simple, yet lethal, fishing tips and strategies for chumming mangrove snapper. These techniques work anywhere, not just on oil platforms. Learn how he makes his chum, how to find fish, how long to give a spot before moving on. Josh will show you how to present baits to snappers, productive dead baits and how he makes his snapper rigs. So, if you want to know more about how to fish for snapper, this fishing video is an excellent learning tool. Go with good intel and fish smarter.
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Join In The Spread for a sport fishing journey through the Nature Coast area of Florida's gulf coast. The waters here comprise one the states most dynamic fisheries. From Homosassa to Crystal River you have a unique feature in all the magnitude order springs pumping warm freshwater out into the Gulf. With temperatures staying in the 70 degree range throughout the cooler months, coastal rivers provide a comfortable nutrient rich habitat supplying a steady conveyor belt of food to a myriad of inshore species. One of the great inshore species to target is the mangrove snapper. This snapper fish makes for outstanding light tackle sport fishing. Being both plentiful and outstanding table fare, you can clean up on fall or winter days when you just don't want to venture out into the gulf waters. The coastal rivers of the Big Bend region holds some of the best mangrove snapper Florida fishing. In The Spread Capt. William Toney, of Homosassa Inshore Fishing, knows more about Florida inshore fishing than most ever will. William is a fourth generation hunting and fishing guide. His fishing knowledge runs deep. The great thing is how willing he is to show you his methods for how to catch mangrove snapper in backcountry creeks and rivers. William has a real knack for making all of his techniques look really simple. Using the fishing knowledge he shares in this In The Spread snapper fish fishing video will have you catching fish in no time. Learn from one of the best. Capt. Toney is going to show you the type of fishing rod and reel he prefers for this application and then demonstrate how to fish with live shrimp or fresh, various artificial lures, soft plastics and jigs. See how to hook live shrimp without killing it, to achieve the most natural movement. His mangrove snapper rigs are pretty simple. You can easily use a jig head or add a split shot to a hook. See how he does it with step by step demonstrations. William will explain what to look for when trying to locate fish in these coastal rivers. Strong current is a must. Choke points with bottom structure and channel edges are great starting points. You will learn expert tactics to target these areas with several types of mangrove snapper bait or artificial lures. On of the cool things William also shows you how to use bigger size lures to target bigger snapper. Know the mangrove snapper limit in your State. If you are fishing in Florida, check with the FWC for size limits, bag limits and other fishing regulations. Enjoy this instructional video from In The Spread and never stop learning. If you can, fish with Capt. William Toney to learn first hand from one of Florida's best fishermen.
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Big, powerful fish that can be finicky about how they eat and require a heavy load of drag to stop, who doesn't want to catch them? When you fish in the Western Atlantic, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean basin, there is one vicious reef donkey that comes to mind and that is the cubera snapper or dog fish. This species is often wrongly accused of being a shark by anglers that reel in a head instead of a fish. Don't kid yourself, if you do not stop this snapper fish from snatching your bait and heading to wreck, reef or rocky craggy structure where they live in about 3 seconds, it's game over. South Florida fishing legend Capt. Bouncer Smith has set and holds multiple word records for cubera snapper. If you want to learn more about how to catch cubera snapper, Bouncer is the guy you want to learn from. He is just a super nice guy and an absolute ninja when in comes to inshore and near shore game fish fishing. Watch as he shows you the baits that work, how to rig bait, baiting tactics and how to fight reef donkeys in this In The Spread fishing video. You will learn about drag settings, all the tackle, his preferred bait rig, how to drift structure and deep insight on how to handle the intensity of the bite and the fight. This is not for the faint of heart. Learn from the best and fish smarter.
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