Filmed in Florida, this video will show you the epitome of redneck fishing as it exists under a bridge.
Shortly after Hurricane Matthew rolled through Lake Fork, Guy joined his hillbilly friends for some redneck fishing. Check out this video and learn how redneck fishing is done… from under a bridge.
As you just saw, this redneck fishing adventure the water was high: due to the recent presence of Hurricane Matthew and the full moon, the water was high.
According to the Youtube user, “Snook like to hang around the bridges under the shade where they can sit out of the water current and wait for bait or lures to grab. Snook will also hit bass fishing lures like jerk baits and swimbaits making it a bass fisherman’s dream fish.”
Snook can grow up to 40 inches long, so next time you find yourself under a bridge, be on the lookout for a lunker!