Here are some tips and techniques for catching these good eating fish.
How to Catch Seatrout
- Seatrout Hideaway
Seatrout are known for their habits. If you catch some seatrout in a particular location, chances are really good that you can find them there again in the same location on the same tide. Here's how.
- Trout on the Flats
Catching flat on the grass flats is easy if you know how. Here are some tips.
- Splatter Poles
The old commercial fisherman's staple.
- Catching Seatrout in Cold Water
Trout are predictable in cold weather. Here is how to catch them in cold water.
- Two Lures for Trout – Seatrout Fishing
Choosing the right lure makes a difference
- Four Favorite Seatrout Lures
Here are four seatrout lures that I like to use. All of them catch fish at various times
- Using Artificial Lures for Seatrout
I am quizzed quite a bit about how I use artificials to catch trout. While live bait will almost always catch fish, I can usually catch as many fish on artificials as I do on say, live shrimp. And, at the price of live shrimp lately, artificials are far more economical. For around $12.00 I can get enough live shrimp to fish for a day. For much less than that I can buy a lure that I can use over and over.
- Tide Runner Seatrout
I was fishing with artificial lures on a mud and oyster flat at high tide. Normally I pick up a few of what I call “tide runners”. These are usually really big fish that feed right at the high tide for about an hour. They are usually also spotted seatrout. What I learned on this trip put fish in the boat and can help you catch more fish as well...
- A Conversation on Seatrout Conservation
Bob Palmer, Florida's Chief of the Bureau of Marine Fisheries Management, talks about conservation of seatrout and their future...