How to Use Satellite Images to Find NEW Fishing Spots for SKINNY Water Redfish in BACKCOUNTRY Ponds

Category: fishing tips

 Jun 4th, 2021 by Keith Worrall  21

Modified Jun 4th, 2021 at 8:01 AM

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Ever wondered how to find NEW Redfish spots in this day and age of technology? Well we will be the first to tell you that first hand experience on the water is SECOND TO NONE when it comes to finding NEW fishing spots. If you learn how to find fish in one area, you can use those same principles to find fish in other areas as well. However, when it comes to fishing a completely NEW area that you have never been to before, there is DEFINITELY one tool that can help you beat the learning curve: satellite imaging.

In this video, FFP Founder and Kayak, Skiff, and Boat tournament WINNER, Ty Nelson, teaches you some of his techniques for finding spots to fish when exploring a NEW area.

“I have travelled the state of Florida and successfully won numerous tournaments by transferring knowledge I’ve gained from one region and applying it to another region over and over again. Becoming a better angler on the water is all about learning and applying new skills. In this video, I teach you how to use Google Earth to find more spots to catch Redfish. Stay tuned as I fish with my good friend and FFP Office Manager, Capt. Kyle Groh, for SKINNY water Redfish on Florida’s west coast.

While the sight fishing opportunities for Redfish were plentiful, enjoying the beauty of Florida’s nature coast is what this trip was really about. There is no place to be closer to God and at peace on earth than in His creation. Florida’s west coast is largely undeveloped north of Tampa and south of Naples, and is prime fishing territory for today’s targeted species: Redfish. Do yourself a favor, get out in nature, and go fish God’s country for yourself. You’ll thank me later.

Good Fishing!” – Ty Nelson

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