Types of Inshore Saltwater Fishing and Useful Techniques

Useful Techniques

Anytime you go fishing the technique you use is very important and can make a difference in the results you have. In fact, it is the main thing that makes some anglers very successful while others tend to struggle more. It is important that you take some time and practice different techniques to discover which ones bring you the most success. Below are a few suggestions that can be very useful when it comes to your fishing technique.

Using topwater lures with natural bait can get you some great results when inshore saltwater fishing. However you can also have success with artificial lures such as jigs, plugs, bucktails, spinners and metal squids. Normally, using larger plugs in excess of four inches will get the best results especially if you are after the larger species of saltwater fish.

When fishing at night it is important that you listen closer because your vision is so limited. If you listen close enough you will be able to hear where the fish are feeding. Once you locate where they are, you will be able to present your lure in that area and will most likely start reeling in the fish. Night time is a great time for fishing because it is the main feeding times for most all species.

In the springtime, you can expect inshore saltwater fish to be very active and feed regularly as they are preparing for the long winter ahead. It is one of the best times of the year to go fishing. So get your gear ready to go out and have a great time inshore saltwater fishing.

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Daniel Eggertsen
Dan Eggertsen is a fellow saltwater fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on saltwater fishing since 2004.

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