Among the species that always trigger an adrenaline rush for anglers is the Red Seabass.
Definitely because it’s a very aggressive and strong fish!
It will hit the lure hard enough and fight with all its might to break free.
His tactics are also quite cunning and evil.1
This species is a great game fish because, when it’s in a good mood , it will hit any variety of lures out there.
So it is not surprising that it is highly praised by our anglers.
Undoubtedly the use of boats will be very helpful in tracking this species
However, not everyone is lucky enough to own a boat.
But if we are willing to explore on a land-based Latest Mailing Database basis, God willing we will meet the “gangster” of this estuary.
In this article I try to write a guide to hunting red sea bass (and white sea bass) on a land-based basis and a specific method using soft plastic.
Red sea bream hotspot
Best conditions and times
Selection of soft plastics
The method of styling soft plastic
Areas that need to be focused on hunting red sea bream & white sea bream
Red sea bream and white sea bream are not difficult to find in Malaysia.
This species can be found in almost all estuarine brackish and salt water systems
Among the areas that can be focused in Fax Marketing hunting this species are:
Rocky pond with good water depth, running water and lots of small fish.
A bridge that has good water flow and is inhabited by small fish.
Pier area and pillars.
A rocky cliff that has a rocky base and has a drop off.
Mangrove river areas that have submerged wood.
When surveying these areas, I like to come at low tide because I can observe the true condition of the bottom structure.
This way I will know and identify structures that are submerged during high tide, places where red bream roam.
And that is the hotspot that I will focus on when polishing later.