The snook are chasing flies
<p>On my way into work today I took an hour and stopped by a flat in search of either reds or snook. The tide was a bit off and the water clarity was not what it was supposed to be, so I didn't see any reds. However, on the way back to the car I saw a snook sunning itself in about 12" of water. I casted and landed the "wired bendback" fly about 3 feet or so in front and the fish charged and crushed the fly. The water temps are on the way up and the fish are really starting to eat good.
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Just a ton of fun in skinny water...
Snook crushed the Wired Bendback
About The Author: Captain Capt. Dave Chouinard
Company: The Tampa Angler
Area Reporting: Tampa Bay and local Gulf waters
Bio: Capt. Dave Chouinard has been fly fishing for almost 30 years and has been a professional in the industry for 15 years. -15 years fly shop ownership -12 years active licensed captain -Certified casting instuctor -Has taught over 1000 individuals how to fly cast & fish -Professional fly caster with both left and right hands