Want to be able to consistently predict where redfish, snook, and speckled trout will be next year?
Well, the best way is to start tracking the trends today so you can have a pulse on where they will be feeding next year.
However, there is a right way and wrong way to track fish trends.
I used to think it was best to keep a “daily fishing journal” where I would mark on tide charts exactly where I caught fish in any given day.
But I quickly realized that the real answer was tracking seasonal trends (like summer, fall, winter, spring).
Because the chances of Nov 1st of this year being exactly like (or even remotely similar to) Nov 1st of the following year for fishing is incredibly slim.
However, it’s incredibly likely that next fall will be similar to this fall in terms of where the fish move, where they go to feed, and where they can most easily be caught.
It’s the reason we put a lot of time, energy, and money into building an inshore trend analyzer for our Salt Strong Insider Fishing Club members.
Note: you can learn more about the Salt Strong Insider Fishing Club here:
As you’ll see in this video, the trend analyzer can show you exactly what the trends were for any given inshore fish, any tide, any season.
It’s an easy way for our avid inshore anglers to find the fishing reports they need to help them find and catch more fish.
Regardless if you join us as an Insider member or not, I highly encourage you to start tracking your fishing trips seasonally.
You’ll be glad you did next year!
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