Spotted seatrout or specks as they’re often called, are a favorite quarry for skiff anglers from the Chesapeake Bay to Laguna Madre. They can be fooled by a variety of baits and lures, they’re abundant and delicious prepared several ways. Smaller trout are not difficult to find. Trophy “gator” trout are very wary, however, and a challenging adversary. To catch big fish, try these techniques:
After buying a bay boat, why spend more time and money getting it rigged out for your needs? With the Skeeter SX210, you get a boat already factory rigged with the standard accessories and features serious anglers want in a bay boat. Best of all, you get the extras, dependability, and durability that make it a Skeeter for an affordable price.
Solve the ‘Dog Days’ Dilemma With These Inshore Tricks By Capt. Gus Cane Summer time is prime time for saltwater anglers, especially those who love to sight-fish trophy game in skinny water. The bait is plentiful, the fish are aggressive and the action can be fast and furious. Until it gets too hot, […]
Tidewater 1800 Bay Max Winter Seatrout by Ted Lund As the mercury dips though out the Southeast United States, savvy anglers know the biggest spotted seatrout of the year seek out refuge in deeper holes, channels and residential canals. The deeper water translates into more heat retention throughout the day. As the temperatures […]