Five inch Zoom fluke on a 1/4 or 1/8 ounce jighead. The baby bass color is what I have used mostly in the past but lately I've been having success with other colors. The flukes are also a great bait to use for sight fishing in Big Lagoon. When fishing Big Lagoon I rig the fluke on a 1/8 ounce weedless worm hook.
I can't buy in to the gulp hype. The flukes will catch just as many fish and a bag of 10 is $2.79 vs $5.99 a bag of 5 for the gulps. The fluke are also more durable than the gulps.
I ran into a school of Spade fish in the pass by the rocks a few years ago and have been trying to find out when and where to locate them ever since. I'm not the type to ask for someone's numbers, but any tips would be appreciated. I can even take you out on my boat if you're willing to show me.
Finally just got myself a small boat, and no longer have to shore fish. Is there anyway someone could point me in the right direction for specks and reds? Bays or bayou? I've searched older threads but could not find much for march. Thanks in advance.
can anyone tell me what the sheep are doing in pensacola? i’ve been to busy to get out there and was wondering if a trip would be worth it. from what i heard already sounds like they are running late this year