Author: Sandesh Sukhdeo
Fishing For Micro Tarpon On Golf Courses
Although the summer bite has been "bleh" in saltwater, the freshwater and pond bite has been excellent.
I have been fishing a few golf course ponds recently and I have been catching 5-10 each outing. I typically like to go out in the evenings and the bass have been hitting everything from topwater spooks to shaky head finesse worms. I don't typically fish for bass as much as I used to but it is still nice to wet your line. I plan on heading back out to another golf course pond to target more bass but this time I am going to experiment by using the savage gear suicide duck. I want to see if bass in my area will really hit this lure.
On the other hand there are a few saltwater ponds in the New Smyrna Beach Area and they have been producing some nice fish and bites. The tarpon and snook bite has been great in these ponds and I have even had a few over slot snook blow up on my lures. On the other hand the juvenile tarpon have been going crazy in these little ponds. I have at least over a dozen hook ups but the smaller tarpon always manage to spit my lures. All the bite have come on Pearl White DOA CAL's rigged with a 1/4 oz jighead.
I plan to start hitting these ponds more often until the mullet run starts where I live.
Good luck and Tight lines.
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