Summer fishing is off to a great start this year. Although the wind has been a major factor, we are still finding fish in non typical locations. This is something all anglers should explore. Move away from the same old spots and try something new. You could be rewarded.
Per usual orange color over white baitfish patterns have been producing the best results. With the presence of anchovy, herring and non-descript baitfish there are tons of options for cutthroat to feed on.
As of late the fish have been hanging out on shelves more so than eel grass feeding. Find these drop off’s and get to work.
Summer is going to fly by and it is such an exciting time of year to be chasing cutthroat.
We have been at this for 10 years and continue to pursue, protect and explore.
We have a few open dates for July; keep a day open and come fish August or September with us. The best time of year to fish!
The push pole technique is by far the best way to pursue and hunt cutthroat. We are very excited to show you how productive this is.