Top Tips for Sight Fishing

 
 
 
 

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During this FS Seminar, Florida Sportsman editor Jeff Weakley gives indispensable tips on searching for fish while sight fishing.

 

Weakley explains how anglers often overlook the importance of height while fishing the flats and scanning for laid up or roaming fish. Then, at the heart of sight fishing, he explains the importance of recognizing the aspects of shape, motion, and color while scanning for fish.

 

Also, don’t forget to wear a quality pair of polarized sunglasses! Otherwise, you would be better off back at the dock.

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