Want to know how water temperature affects inshore fishing?
Many people want to know what the exact temperature to look for, but they’re making a big mistake…
It’s not about exact temperatures, but about relative temperatures.
For example, if you live in Miami, 60 degrees in the winter is going to be cold.
But if you live in New York, 60 degrees in the winter is going to feel great.
And it’s the same with fish.
So instead of seeing that the water is a certain temperature, and deciding to fish or not to fish, you need to know what the water temperature has been like recently.
Plus, even if you think it’s too hot or too cold, there are always places where the water is more comfortable for fish, and where they’ll be feeding.
So in this video, you’ll learn:
– How to catch fish no matter what the temperature is
– How to find cooler water in the summer
– How to find warmer water in the winter
– And much more
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