Amplify the excitement
of your next offshore fishing trip by adding kite fishing
to your mix of fishing strategies. Kite fishing is a
technique that can be used to reach fish at distances
that are out of your casting range. This technique can
also be used to fish in areas that may be unsafe for
the boat to navigate through, such as shallow waters.
Kite fishing is not only an exciting way to fish, but
it also increases the average size of your catch.
Kite fishing is often used when there are actively
feeding fish on the surface that are not taking any
other baits. When a kite is used, the fish will only
see a struggling bait fish in the water; no lines or
leaders are visible in the water. Kite fishing may be
used to attract and catch large
fish while fishing offshore in the Gulf of Mexico.
When does kite fishing work best?
- Steady wind is present, never attempt in strong or gusty wind
- Experienced fishermen are looking for an exciting way to fish offshore
- Feeding fish are not attracted to other baits
Through his years of experience, Venice,
Louisiana Charter Fisherman Capt. Trey Pique has
perfected the art form of kite fishing. His strong technique
gives him the ability to adapt to a variety of fishing
conditions that may be encountered while fishing off
Louisiana’s coast. Because kite fishing requires
technique and form it is best suited for anglers that
are familiar with the basics of fishing. Capt. Pique
generally does not attempt kite fishing with children
or inexperienced fishermen.
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with Outer Limit Charters!