The Rodney Dangerfield of Inshore Fishing

One of the most overlooked game fish that inshore sport anglers forget would have to be the Spotted Seatrout. If Spotted Seatrout could talk, they would complain that they “Don’t get no respect!”  Known to fishermen throughout the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Coast, this species’ range extends as far north as Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.  But southern waters are where this species is most often hooked.  Not known to be as pugnacious as their skinny water neighbors, Red Drum, these speckled inshore predators often hunt the same shallow grassy flats as Drum and Flounder and are often caught right alongside them. Continue reading “The Rodney Dangerfield of Inshore Fishing”

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