The hardest part of any fishing trip is finding fish in the first place, and my favorite strategy for doing exactly that is covering a lot of water with all the ideal conditions.
It's November in south Louisiana, and that means speckled trout are eating up somewhere, so just because they're not biting at Spots A, B, C, D or E and F doesn't mean that it's a poor day to go fishing.
It means you need to keep trying, and that's what you'll see us do in this video.
Do we get a reward for our effort? Yes!
And you'll see that as we located some speckled trout and begin dialing them in.
But the real slam-fest and the BIG specks we eventually catch all happen at the last fishing spot of the day.
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Tight lines, and thank you for watching!
If you missed part one to this fishing trip you can watch it here: https://youtu.be/uxboELuscbk
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