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Many are cold but few are frozen

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On: Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 4:25PM | By: The Snook Cowboy


Florida can’t seem to make its mind up this year: Sunny paradise or cloudy cold place that feels like Michigan.

The temperatures have only bumped forty degrees at this juncture and let’s hope that’s as cold as it gets in S.W. Florida.

It’s a new year and everybody should be out fishing as the holidays are no longer an excuse to not be on the water.

Back country fishing during the winter is the place to be. Normal winter days present a lot of wind and cold air and to be in a secluded inaccessible "except for kayaks" location makes for a perfect fishing story during the cooler months.

During the last full moon I fished the back waters for Reds and wasn’t disappointed. The day of the full moon I caught nine Trout and a 32-inch Red, all of which presented themselves in accordance to some chart work I have done with the moon and tides.

I have actually scientifically tested my theories over the past years and can say, with absolute certainty, that I have cracked the code. I’m not the only one, but I am one of a very few number of avid fishermen and hunters who have taken the time to observe their surroundings and cycles of the moon and seasons to be the success they are today. Observation is key when saltwater fishing. Generally if the wildlife around you is active, so are the fish, and that is one of the markers we use to plan a great day of fishing. When you come to S.W. Florida and are vacationing in Boca Grande, Sanibel, Captiva, or Pine Island, give me a call and I’ll schedule you around the moon and not my bank account. Til next month.

Love and light...
The Snook Cowboy




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