When Snook Get the Munchies

December 22, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

“The fly rod has long been accepted as a first-class snook-catching tool in mangrove country. You can put your bug where you want it, strip until you feel you’re out of the feeding zone, then pick up and in one quick shot move it a few feet down the line. A caster who’s donated a few pints of blood to the mosquitoes knows how to thread the tangles without getting snagged. He forms needle-tight loops on his cast and tucks a fly into the darkest recesses.” Jeff Weakley writes about feeding flies to snook in Florida Sportsman.