AlexSpanky

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High school teacher by day. Young seeker in training. The unelected mayor of South Patrick Shores. IG: @alexspanky Youtube.com/thealexspanky

    Topwater Speckled Trout, Redfish, and Bull Shark?

    April 14, 2020

    Thanks to the great quarantine of 2020, I’ve been working from home and have been able to socially distance myself from time to time via watercraft. But in all seriousness, I haven’t really left my house other than grabbing the essentials in about a month. So it was nice to get out and get some fresh air for the first time in a while. You can tell by a few of the casts in the beginning and throughout the video, I’m pretty rusty. I hit more docks, snagged more mangroves, and scared more wildlife than what was shown but you get the idea.

      Winter Tarpon

      January 31, 2020

      As you can tell from the beginning of the video, I spent this week chasing a lot of shadows, logs and large mullet stacking up under docks haha. I spent the majority of my time scouting areas that I’ve fished before and seeing how the fish were reacting to the current wind/water temperature.

        Caught My First Sheepshead!

        January 21, 2020

        Due to the recent weather conditions, I decided to stop by Man Overboard Bait and Tackle and give live shrimp fishing a try. I usually prefer artificial or free lining big live baits, but live shrimp fishing is something I’ve only done a couple of times and the conditions seemed right. I spent a lot of time this week dodging the wind, looking for shorelines that had wind protrotecton and good sun exposure.

          Creek Fishing For Speckled Trout

          January 7, 2020

          This week I decided to take my boat to Sunday brunch. So naturally, I brought a fishing pole along with a couple of my favorite speckled trout lures with me. Along the way, I found a creek mouth that was protected from the northern wind, so I decided to check it out. Upon further inspection, the creek had a lot of good structure for predator fish to stalk bait that was being pushed in by strong wind current. The creek bottom varied in depth from 1ft-4ft and had a mucky bottom, which is also good for holding heat on these colder, post-front days.

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