How To Catch Wild Shrimp - Cheap & Easy!

lukedh94

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Hey Guys!

I thought this was kind of cool and wanted to share for anyone that enjoys saltwater fishing! If you've never used live shrimp before for inshore saltwater fishing...you are missing out! I recommend for anyone that is new to saltwater fishing, especially inshore saltwater fishing (and inshore basically means in the sounds, marshes, etc.) that they use live shrimp just because it's such an effective bait and will catch you just about anything. It's the favorite prey of all the most prized inshore game fish including red drum, speckled trout, flounder & many other species.

But anyways, a lot of people think you need a boat to catch shrimp. However, you can catch a whole lot of fish just by wading the small creeks and shallows in the sound side while throwing a cast net.

In this video we show you how to catch your own live shrimp easily, effectively & cheaply! And once you have live shrimp you can be assured you'll have a good day of saltwater fishing!

Happy hump day everyone and hope yall have a good week!

 

Mike_I

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May 19, 2006
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may be ok in your state but it's illegal to use cast/throw nets in the south part of our golden state.
 

Omarkayak

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Gaff Topsails just love, love, love 'em too, flippin slime buckets. Don't ask me how I know. Cool vid. Looks quite helpful if you're in places that allow cast nets.

Yours truly, the Catfish King (among the worst nicknames ever)

Good Fishin'!
BDC OK