No long boat rides. For me, not throwing a castnet, recycling hot surface water in a livewell. Everyone has fun. That's why we're out there.
There's so many way to "skin a cat". And for me that's half the fun......
While doing so, I learn new things. Plus being a pure Trout Snob, makes it real EZ.
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"JETTYWOLF LIVE" - PART 2 - July 8, 2018
Part 1 Intro Video: https://youtu.be/UTOZ61Lfi6Q
Original BIG TROUT ON CROAKERS Video from years ago:
2nd Original Video: "Why Florida Trout Regs Suck!"
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AS YOU CAN TELL......"IF YOU'VE WATCHED THESE VIDEOS. I LIVE AND BREATH, BIG SPECKLED SEA TROUT HERE IN BIZARRO WORLD FLORIDA. AND I'M A TROUT SNOB, 100%.
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I like to think that there's lots of free bait swimming out there. But, really. Is there any bait that's free? Maybe a better way of thinking about it is ''easier bait.''
I horde Shrimp. I keep and freeze all live Shrimp not used. So I can use it as dead Shrimp, another day.
Not really free. But I'll squeeze every useful piece out of a bag of fresh frozen Shrimp. I'll get my monies worth.
As a consummate cheap skate, Angler and fishing guide. I have a saying, "Never leave home without some dead shrimp".
When I fished offshore years ago. The saying then was, "Never leave home without a box of dead Cigar Minnows."
Both, can save a day. I don't care how good of a bait catcher you think you are.
Inshore, live and dead Shrimp is the mainstay of most fisherman, without a doubt. But, when it gets into the deep dark depths of Summer I get as frustrated as the next guy when it comes to all the little bait stealers. (4" Mangrove Snappers, Pinfish, Piggy Perch, Seabass, Sand Perch etc.)
But there's one little guy out there that'll eat up your Shrimp, and I don't cuss them. I'm actually wanting them.
And that's a tiny Croaker. Preferably, four inches.
I hate running around to throw a castnet on Pogies. Just for a dozen or so. I don't like chasing around trying to get Mullet either. Especially with customers aboard. So small Croakers are welcomed aboard the Jettywolf. Because, I use them for bait. Heck, I'm in the fishing business. And people want to fish, not ride around. People like catching Croakers, and so do I!
They are a superior Gator Trout bait. They are a superior Redfish bait. And again, I have a saying...
"Put a little Croaker where it doesn't belong and watch what will happen to it".
If you don't believe me. I have lots of Proof!
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