Offshore fishing can be tough, but with the right electronics and a little patience, it will pay off big time. Locating fish is the most challenging part of offshore fishing but once you do that, the fish will usually bite. Watch along as pro angler; Brian Latimer showcases his approach to offshore fishing.
Stay On The Graph!
Brian will idle around using his motor scanning for fish on his electronics. Once he is able to locate structure or specific fish, he’ll stop and cast. Another thing he looks for is baitfish. Once he is able to locate a school of baitfish, he is confident that as a hungry bass will be near.
Dropping It On Their Head
His first fish is a spotted bass that fell victim to the TRD Ned Rig in mudbug in a 1/5 oz head. Once Brian noticed a fish on his graph he instantly dropped his bait. The slender profile and heavy jig head increase his fall rate helping his bait get to fish faster.
Where There Is One, There Are Many
Spotted bass are known for schooling up in packs, especially in the winter months. Once Brian catches one spot, he’ll continue to fish that same area knowing other
Fish Hugging The Buttom
It can be hard to mark a fish that is hugging tight to the bottom, so keeping a close eye on your graph will help locate more fish.
Some fish will have mud on their bellies when you’re bringing them in. If you see this, you know they are glued to the bottom.
Gear Up For The Offshore Season At Karl’s
Here are a few of the baits Brian was showcasing in the video. Karl’s Bait And Tackle is home to the latest and greatest in all things fishing.
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