Predator fish are usually sitting in one spot, waiting for an easy meal to swim by.

If you’re using artificial lures, you’re making a ton of casts and covering lots of ground, so chances are you’ll eventually get lucky and find that one spot.

But what if you’re using live bait?

Most people just throw their bait out and hold on, waiting for a bite.

If you’re in the right spot, you might catch some fish, but you’re probably missing out on a lot of BIG fish.

Instead of tossing your bait out, closing the bail, and waiting for a bite, you need to get your bait to go out and find the predator fish for you.

So how do you that?

Check out this video where Capt. Peter Deeks will show you exactly how.

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And if you want more tips about how to catch fish with live bait, keep an eye out for our new course, Underwater Bait Forensics, which shows exactly how different live baits act underwater, and how you can maximize your time fishing.

It’ll be available on August 19th at