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Windy Days

  When I looked at the forecast at the beginning of the week, I knew my patience and skills were going to be put to the test. With a predominantly SE wind at 15-20 mph, I put us a plan together for fishing the northern side of the peninsula for speckled trout and redfish.

His first 2 speckled trout.  High tide in the Orange Beach/Fort Morgan area was around mid day all week, which is ideal for the stretch we were fishing. We took both shrimp and croakers as bait, with shrimp being the bait of choice each day this week.

Light Tackle Fishing

Light Tackle Fishing
 
 Nothing is more rewarding than giving the upper hand to fish and still bring that fish to the boat.  Advances in technology have gifted us with some of the most superior, light weight, and durable tackle like never seen. You can now catch your table fare with what used to be your bait rod.
  When I'm fishing for trout, flounder, red fish in relatively open water I will not hesitate to use 10lb or maybe even less given the situation. Light line will usually generate many more strikes, especially in a high visibility situation.
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