Is there a cure for snook fever?
“I’ve landed plenty of snook with a light bait-casting outfit. Don’t fish for snook any other way. You can cane pole ’em with heavy lines off piers and bridges, or troll for ’em. But I like to scrub the bushes and make ’em hit top-water plugs.” This was how Cal Stone introduced the author to light tackle fishing many decades ago in the waters of south Florida.
Steer through twisted mangrove channels, dodge “noggin-knockers” and oyster bars on outgoing tides, and join author Max Hunn as he brawls with tarpon and tangles with snook and redfish, mostly in the Ten Thousand Islands country.
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