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Sea Trout Fishing Tips

Sea Trout Fishing Tips - How To Catch Sea Trout

Sea trout are known for their habits. If you catch some seatrout in a particular location, chances are Sea Trout Fishing Tips - How To Catch Sea Troutreally good that you can find them there again in the same location on the same tide.ome days seatrout will eagerly strike anything you throw at them. At other times they may have their stomachs full and thus show no interest whatsoever in flies or lures. A live shrimp or baitfish bait rigged to a line with a popping cork is the number one method for trout fishing.

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  • Surface plugs cast into the surf or worked over grass beds on the flats will bring fierce reactions from hungry trout.

  • Can be caught year round if you look for areas near rivers and estuaries. The waters around these areas remain warm because of the moving current and let the fish stay there year round.

  • Light spinning or bait-casting tackle with 6-12 pound test line and 20 pound test monofilament leader is sufficient.

  • Seatrout are hunter feeders. That means they actively pursue their food. It’s the whole reason they can be found in the same areas time after time. They are simply following the baitfish. Know where the baitfish are moving, and you will find the seatrout.

  • Jigs tipped with a small piece of shrimp and gold spoons are very effective artificial baits. Weedless varieties are desirable when you fish in the sea grass.

  • Sea trout tend to come back to the same place daily. If you find a good tide pool to fish, keep coming back…the fish certainly will.

  • When you encounter a congregation of trout, chances are real good they will all be within an inch or two of each other in size. If they are too small, move on and look for the bigger ones.

  • The best place to find trout is in the sea grass beds. You can cast while drifting across a grass flat or troll using an electric trolling motor.

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