Wade Fishing For Big Snook In The Indian River
Whats up guys and gals. Viktor here back with another wade fishing report. My buddy Ryan and I hit the Indian River again, but this time we fished the midday bite. I knew we had a shot at some snook as we fished a couple days after the front had passed. We fished docks most of the day, throwing Slayer Inc soft plastics with a 1/8 oz jighead.
*The one spot we did find trout at, was a giant deep grass flat."
We walked a good 1 mile and a half and every time we passed a stretch of docks, we would have consistent action. We saw plenty of snook patrolling the flats in between the docks, but they were not interested in feeding. All the fish we got to eat were either under the docks or just outside them. The one spot we did find trout at, was a giant deep grass flat. It seems like these trout did not like the shallow water today. All in all it was a great day of wade fishing and managed to get a slot sized snook, that was released to fight another day!
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