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Check out These Awesome Inshore Fishing Saltwater Trolling Tips

Let Darcie show you a thing or two about inshore fishing and trolling to get the most out of your next fishing trip.

Watch this video and learn about inshore fishing in regards to rigging and retrieval for snook, tarpon, bluefish and stripers.

Did you notice the T’s Darcie was using? They help to keep the rod and lure farther from the boat the ensure a greater chance of getting a bite. Darcie was using minor lip lures and she regularly changes them out depending on what color is getting bites.

Darcie recommends a speed of about 4mph when trolling. With the rods on the T’s the line is about 100 feet out, the ones on the back of the boat are around 50 feet.

Keep in mind trolling is great even in saltwater when you’re in a no wake zone or are having a booze cruise.

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Check out These Awesome Inshore Fishing Saltwater Trolling Tips