How to Catch Sheepshead | Best Bait To Use | Fishing for Sheepshead Inshore Fishing



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How to Catch Sheepshead | Best Bait To Use | Fishing for Sheepshead Inshore Fishing

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PENN Fierce II Combo

Mustad Hooks

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Circle Hook

PENN Battle II Combo

Shimano Saros Spinning Fishing Reel

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Sheepshead: Archosargus probatocephalus
Florida Regulations:
Regulations Gulf State Waters Atlantic State Waters
Size Limit 12”
Daily Bag Limit 15 per person

Gear Requirements:
§ Legal Gear: hook and line, cast net, seine, spear or gig
§ Illegal Gear: Harvest prohibited by or with the use of any multiple hook in conjunction with live or dead natural bait; Snatching prohibited

State Waters Harvest Seasons

Habitat and Fishing Tips:
Sheepshead are commonly found in brackish water river mouths, bays, estuaries and tidal creeks and especially near oyster bars, buoys, channel markers, piers and bridge piles where food is plentiful. Sheepshead feed primarily on crustaceans, mollusks, barnacles and small fish. Anglers typically use light to medium weight spinning tackle with shrimp, sand fleas or small crabs as bait. Using their specially adapted (human like) incisors and crushing molars, sheepshead can be difficult to hook and have an uncanny ability to clean a hook without you knowing anything happened. When targeting sheepshead, it is very important to keep your line tight and be ready for the bite because you often get one, and only one, chance to set the hook. The food quality of sheepshead is very good, and they are one of the only fish that can smile back at you during the picture!
Can oysters and barnacles be used as bait or chum for sheepshead?
Oysters and barnacles are very, very different when it comes to regulations.
Oysters have closed seasons, bag limits, size limits and can only be legally harvested in specific shellfish harvesting areas that are classified as “approved” or “conditionally approved” and in the “open” status. The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Division of Aquaculture manages these shellfish harvesting areas.
Barnacles on the other hand do not have size limits or specified bag limits, which means that you can harvest up to 100 pounds per person per day with a recreational saltwater fishing license and you can use them to chum sheepshead. You can also simply scrape them off bridge piles and allow them to sink and attract sheepshead. Do not scrape barnacles from private docks or other private structures without permission of the property owner.
State Record:
15 lb 2 oz, caught near Homosassa
Florida Rule
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How you Catch Mud Crabs (A Basic Guide)

Mud crabs, or scientifically known as scylla serrate, are crustaceans found in the mangroves, estuaries, and mud flats. Within their habitats, they are found, you guessed it, in the mud. Why are these crabs so highly sought after and how exactly do you find and catch them? Read on to find out.

The first step to catching these in-demand creatures is to locate them. Most of the species of mud crab that are good for eating, meaning they grow big enough and are tasty, are located in southeastern Asia, Australia, and in Africa. North American species of mud crabs (not the scylla serrate) are usually much smaller and don’t offer too much meat to eat, however, you can using them as bait for fishing red fish and sheepshead. Therefore, let’s focus on the edible ones. So where can you find them?

Hikin’ Holland – Urk, Picturesque fishing Port & Once an Island [Apr. 9, 2017]



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Hiked the former Zuiderzee islands of URK and Schokland today. This here shows the first one. Urk still is a significant fishing port. Very picturesque. Apart from that – noticed a few very special sailing ships. And great weather!

As usual, some route information added.
The music: Giyo, with ‘Feelin’ Fine’ and ‘Downward Spiral’.

Top 5 Baits for Early Spring Bass Fishing



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These lures will help you catch big bass during the prespawn this Spring. Tim explains how to use each style to cover water and catch big bass.

Baits Shown In This Video…

Lucky Craft LV-500:
River2Sea Biggie Squarebill:
Lucky Craft BDS Squarebill:
Lucky Craft Staysee 90 Jerkbait:
Megabass Vision 110 Jerkbait:
Matt’s Swimbait Head (for the A-rig):
Bladed A-Rig:
Finesse A-Rig:
Gan Craft 230 Glidebait:
River2Sea S-Waver 168:
Keitech 4.8 Fat Swing Impact Swimbait:
Owner Flashy Swimmer Hook:
Osprey 6″ Swimbait:

Best Net:
Best Camera:
Best Jerkbait Replacement Hooks:
Best Squarebill Replacement Hooks:

The Key to catching big bass in Spring is to cover water and find the aggressive fish. Once aggressive bass are located you can switch between colors and styles of bait to keep the schooling fish active for as long as possible. Switching betwen a squarebill, jerkbait, alabama rig, etc… will keep them biting long after they would have given up on a single bait. Apply these bass fishing tips to your advantage this Spring and you’ll begin catching more bass right away!

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Magnet Fishing best finds from the river.



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Hi all and welcome to my latest magnet fishing video. Believe it or not this session got my magnet fishing best finds.
Please check out this magnet fishing website if you would like to learn about magnet fishing
And if you need a beginners guide this next Magnet Fishing link will teach you everything!

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In this video I head down to a local river/drain. The area that I go to has quite a bit of history as there was a railway line that used to run over the bridge for a couple of hundred years, also there was a huge quarry that was also used for many years in days gone by.

The question is though will I get any magnet fishing finds? Of course I do and some interesting one as well so if anyone feels like they can identify anything please leave a comment.

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Halibut Fishing – Ninilchik Alaska



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Fishing in the Cook Inlet July 29, 2015. Took home our limit of Halibut. Reel Em’ Inn Fishing Charters. Only about an hour south of Kenai & Soldotna. Definitely look these guys up if you want to get some Halibut on your fishing trip in Alaska.

www.cookinletcharters.com