Expect a variation a few degrees one way or the other. The weather, the water temperature, the salinity of the water all can change at this time of year. I’ll use 3/8 to ½ oz jig heads depending on the current. And if the action is quick, it can be reeled through the school like a swimbait, to get the active fish to bite.”. It is unknown how the large temperature swings of Chesapeake Bay (0-32 °C) affect the movements of speckled trout. “My best advice on how to catch speckled trout in the winter? Eagle lake, Ms December 22, 2020. “My best advice on how to catch speckled trout in the winter? The shallow water in Rehoboth and Indian River bays seems to give up most of the speckled trout I hear of in my reports. It may be cold out but that doesn’t mean it’s not a good time to go fishing for some specks. “Trout seem to disappear on us over the winter in the Mississippi Sound and Biloxi Marsh, but then they reappear in masses as soon as the water hits 70 degrees. But when the water starts to cool off and the wind gets seriously cold, specks are considerably harder to find. Anglers can catch some good trout in December conditions. The area's legion of speckled trout anglers are in mourning. “That Trout Magic spinnerbait that Strike King came out with a couple of years ago is exactly that, magic,” he said. Captain Yano says, “There’s no such thing as a perfect day for fishing winter speckled trout and there’s no sure thing. “And, of course,there’s always live bait.”. I manage to keep the hook and the fish together until I slid the fish into my landing net, and admire the first fish of the day,  This fine speck is gorgeous as it struggles in the net, and the thought in my mind of how nice this speck is going to look later this evening when I take it to my dinner plate straight from the skillet makes my cold hands seem a small price to pay. Once my mullet reached bottom, it didn’t take long before I felt the subtle but definite bite and take of something solid. H igher temperatures definitely cause feeding activity to drop off. According to Burroughs, “Finding the right water depth where the fish are holding is very important. My cold hands struggle to keep good contact with my spinning rod because a couple of things are stressing me. So most of the time in December, speck anglers can motor past the bayous and shallower waters which held lots of trout back in warm months. On these sunny days, angler can sometimes find really large trout holding in very shallow water where they soak up sunshine and warmth. Also, a slip cork will allow you to adjust the depth of your live bait until a bite is achieved.”. The first chore for a cold water speckled trout angler to accomplish is to find the fish. This project aims to acoustically tag speckled trout to evaluate temperature selectivity, movement patterns, and site fidelity. For more great hunting and fishing content for the deep South, subscribe to Great Days Outdoors print and digital editions or click the image to download this issue. That being said, as an angler, at this time of the year, you will want to bag yourself a wall-hanger of a speckled trout.Sadly, not every angler gets to go home with a prize 7-pound speckled trout. Bobby Cleveland has covered sports in Mississippi for over 40 years. Schindler also has an eye out for baitfish. You may even hook up to some gator speckled trout, if you can withstand the cold, that is. Winter Areas to target Speckled Trout: Speckled trout prefer water temperatures between 60 and 80 degrees. In winter, Texas bays tend to have high levels of fresh water, so keep this in mind when scheduling trophy trout trips. Both guides ike to use jigs and soft plastics during cold weather times. In the summertime, trout can be found in nearly 90 percent of the water in our local fishery. According to trout fishing and behavior expert Jay Ford Thurston, the most important factors to consider when to fish for trout are the water temperature and cloud cover. The trout have relocated to water and conditions more comfortable to them and to the small fry they feed on. Spot #3: Areas with depth change. I allowed my finger mullet on the kahle hook to sink into the cloudy waters of a deep river channel which emptied into Mobile Bay less than a mile downstream. A type of area that … Trout feed better when the temperature is on the upswing (at the lower range) than they do when the water temperature is falling. It is that time of the year again, the winter season is over, and summertime is upon us. On windy days, for example, oxygenated surface areas may attract species to areas above their optimum. Kaylee Ott. When the water temperature hits 60 degrees, the Cutthroats will begin to stress and feed less. Make sure you’ve got winter speckled trout lures, lots of hot coffee, and remember, sometimes the specks will bite best in mid-day,” Yano concluded. During the winter time, when water temperature was in the mid-40s to low-50s, speckled trout were hiding out in deep and stable holes. Welcome to the New and Used Classifieds from our Dealers, Kill more coyotes with these calling tips, Mississippi beagles will be on the chase this month, Smile Mr. Gobbler, you’re on Candid Camera, Mississippi has a lot to offer hunters in February, Number of Mississippi CWD cases on the rise, Hunter uses late father’s gun to down Warren County monster, Try these five hot spots for January fishing in Mississippi, Try live crawfish when you target slab crappie. There are so many variables that can change the fishing from day to day at this time. That said, there is a considerable consensus that all three major trout species (brook, brown and rainbow) begin to experience some level of stress at around 68°F (20°C), with that stress increasing rapidly as the temperature rises further. But they will let you avoid areas where fish are most unlikely to be found. The other stressful thing is something strong and disagreeable on the end of my line. Spotted seatrout have an elongated, streamlined body with a slightly elevated back, long pointed head, and oblique mouth with the lower jaw extending beyond the upper. Burroughs, their thoughts how to catch speckled trout in the winter. There are so many  variables that can change the fishing from day to day at this time. “If you can find three to four inch long finger mullet, sometimes you catch them cast netting the mouths of bayous over dark bottom, it’s a very good bait in cold water.”. Here at Marsh Buggies, we love the Louisiana Marsh and everything that comes with it, and that means fishing season. The muddy bottom, deeper water, and protection from wind will all factor into that spot being warmer than the nearby areas, so as the temperature cools down, this will be a great spot to find them. They are silvery gray or greenish on the upper sides and back, shading to white on the belly. The Dog River between the marinas often produces good cold water specks. There’s still plenty of time to go chase keeper trout to fill the fish box after that. A native of Hattiesburg and graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, Cleveland lives on Ross Barnett Reservoir near Jackson with his wife Pam. Cutthroat’s optimal feeding and movement water temperatures are 39 to 59 degrees. Wind Direction – Three days of wind from the north-northwest, northwest, west or a combination of these will pull speckled trout … A popping cork with plastics is usually all you need. • A study in Barataria Bay in Louisiana concluded larger speckled trout are most likely to be found over shell or soft (mud) bottom when the water temperature is 75 degrees or higher. Therefore, it pays to have a decent knowledge about the change in water temperatures and tidal activity, among others. In cold weather and water times, specks are not scattered widely- they’re concentrated in big schools in very specific locations. One stressful thing is the vicious wind which chills my wet hands after I baited up with a nice finger mullet before my cast. Seatrout generally refers to either weakfish, ranging from New England to Central Florida, or spotted seatrout, from New Jersey to the Florida peninsula and throughout the Gulf of Mexico.Scattered black spots along the body and a prominent mouth surely resemble freshwater species from which “specks” draw their common name. Traditionally, the Theodore Industrial Canal is one of the best cold weather speck trout spots in the entire Mobile Bay System, and lots of anglers take advantage of it. Dr. Greg Stunz of the Harte Research Institute says speckled trout are prolific spawners, capable of spawning as frequently as every 10 days, under favorable conditions. At sunrise, the usual lure of choice is a topwater plug. Cynoscion nebulosus, the spotted seatrout, also known as speckled trout, is a common estuarine fish found in the southern United States along coasts of Gulf of Mexico and the coastal Atlantic Ocean from Maryland to Florida. Temperature preferences are only a rough guide, and Farhenheit at that. In other words, a gentle warming trend in January, raising water temps from 49 to 55 degrees, may be just enough to get those big speckled trout from a lethargic to an aggressive state. From early fall and into late November, he finds trout in creeks and flats of the surrounding estuary. As long as you know, I manage to keep the hook and the fish together until I slid the fish into my, The Dog River between the marinas often produces. This time of the year (summer), our water temperature will get pretty hot without any tidal flow, and my clients will generally be able to catch speckled trout with water temps as high as about 88.5 degrees. When you swing a trout in the boat there’s a better than average chance they will spit out a few minnows on the deck. Best Water Temperatures for Fishing for Speckled Trout in North Carolina. Speckled trout, like most aquatic creatures, tend to follow water temperature and other environmental conditions. When I see 70 degrees, I know it’s time to go hit the grass beds or go hit the marsh flats about 3 to 4 feet deep.”. Trout prefer shallower water when it’s warm out, and deeper water when it’s cool out. The acoustic tags have an additional sensor to record the water temperature at the location of the fish. We asked a couple of our very knowledgeable fishing buddies, Captain Yano Serra and Captain L.W. And when these cold water specks feel the hook, they wake up fast and fight very hard. The dorsal fin and tail are dusky, and the tail is edged in black. The fabulous 50s I prefer … This article first appeared in the December 2018 print issue of Great Days Outdoors Magazine. It’s like they’ve been starving for months, and then, all of a sudden, there’s this marsh full of these small nutritious fish they can eat.”. Then the trout will make their way back to the “outside” to begin a new spawn. Water Temperature – Specks can be caught in the fall with water temperatures ranging from 72 all the way down to 46, but 55 degrees is prime speckled trout water. Just as much as coastal fishermen will be checking salinity levels in April, they will also be eyeing their water-temperature gauges to get a jump on speckled trout fishing. Salinity of rivers is big concern for SW anglers. Trout are most Speckled trout are typically more dormant in colder water of winter.”. “When the water temperature climbs out of the 60s and into the 70s, it’s like magic — you know, like somebody flipping a switch that turns on the speckled trout. “When freelining a bait such as live shrimp, this can be accomplished by slowly increasing the size of split shots until a bite is achieved. Notionally, neither vantage point is wrong. Jigs with soft plastic grub bodies are deadly on December trout. Use a flyrod and flies as water temperature rises, and trout move from deep pools into riffles in search of insects; Use a light-action rod and a spinning reel holding 4 pound test. There’s no single pattern for catching specks in December. This is not the most scenic place to fish with the huge industrial ports and plants surrounding the water but the deep water and steep ledges in the canal area are very good places to find cold water specks. The other fins are pale or yellowish. Allowing your bait to free fall at the appropriate rate to find the correct depth typically results in a bite. However, sometimes anglers can find some very big gator speckled trout doing some very out of the ordinary things in December. That “something solid” came to the top and the silver sides and deep black spots of a strong three pound or so speckled trout flashed in the early morning sun. The VIMS researchers are finding that smaller speckled trout behave differently in cold weather than the larger speckled trout. Capt. During periods of low rainfall and runoff, many trout often move into deeper rivers and bayous with the first cool weather of fall. Look for the fish to be holding near the bottom in fifteen to thirty feet of water. “Chartreuse is good this time of year. The Bayou La Batre Channel is a very good cold water spot to find some big gator speckled trout. Captain Yano says, “There’s no such thing as a perfect day for fishing winter speckled trout and there’s no sure thing. “In cold water, I primarily free-line live baits such as live shrimp, croakers, and finger mullet,” added Burroughs. The coolest part of the day is in the early morning, since the water temperature cools overnight. Copyright 1998 - 2021 Mississippi Sportsman, Inc. All rights reserved. In these spots, they hunker down to hide from the rapidly dropping water level and temperature. Just as much as coastal fishermen will be checking salinity levels in April, they will also be eyeing their water-temperature gauges to get a jump on speckled trout fishing. As water temperatures warm in the spring the fish move back into the shallows of the primary and secondary bays. Winter speckled trout, especially the bigger gator speckled trout, are a lot like most of us. It’s not uncommon for anglers to chase redfish or other species during this season. Well, I promise you that fishing only at 7:30am or 2:30pm is a great way to make sure you don’t catch a limit of speckled trout. In the winter, when the water temps dip below 65 degrees, the trout will leave the cold water flats and gather in their wintertime homes. They also don’t like to have to work any harder for their meals than most of us do. December often sees large swings in water temperature, which will move speckled trout into and out of shallow areas. Just pop it along as the current carries it through the fish.”. Sometimes the little jigs, the two-inch size, will work better on cold water trout than larger jigs.”, “Soft plastics such as the GULP Swimming Mullet or a Saltwater Assassin Cocahoe Minnow on 3/8 oz jighead is a good method,” pointed out Burroughs. As water temperatures decline during fall, fish move into deeper bay waters and the Gulf of Mexico. Get outdoor trends, data, new products, and tips delivered to your inbox. “That’s a great technique that starts in April and goes through the spring, but it’s only good until the sun gets up, maybe about the first hour. Ed Mashburn writes extensively about fishing for Great Days Outdoors. On sunny days when there’s not much wind to move the water, the bigger gator speckled trout will move up shallower from the deep holding water to find the places where sunshine has warmed the water. Speckled trout will invade Mississippi Sound and Biloxi Marsh when the surface water temperature climbs into the 70s. However, that cooler water seems to cause the seatrout to become active and bite. “What I like to do is concentrate in main bodies of rivers, not bayous but deep water with ledges that hold bait. Specks might be feeding around the platforms in the bay, they might be at the same time feeding up in bayous and smaller creeks or they may be in open water chasing shrimp. Tommy Sutton of Columbia has discovered a little-known lure from Strike King that has proven deadly on big trout hanging near the bottom in the same situations. But if you feel the headshake, then you’ve got a trout,” said Yano. It may be cold out but that doesn’t mean it’s not a good time to go fishing for some specks. While 2020 was a bad year for a lot of people, it was a great year for speckled trout. “I think a lot of it has to do with the sudden emergence of what we call baychovies, (glass minnows),” he said. “That small, silver willow-leaf blade that runs along the underside of the belly of the grub provides just enough flash and vibration to evoke a reaction strike from a stubborn trout right on the bottom. Dark spots appear on the upper portion of the sides and on the dorsal fin and tail. Specks get strong in winter conditions, and they fight hard. But now, once winter has arrived in the Deep South, the wind ripping over the white-capped water of the bay is sharp and it’s cold. Anglers should look for the deepest pockets in the channel and work the area slowly and thoroughly. Almost all of the fish under 14 inches leave the rivers when the water gets dangerously cold, heading to the mouth of the Bay or the ocean, where temperatures … Become the most informed Sportsman you know, with a membership to the Mississippi Sportsman Magazine and MS-Sportsman.com. They gorge themselves on them, and they get fat. The over… I like deep water that has shells and other structure on the bottom.” Yano said. Although there are several good areas to find winter speckled trout in December, there are a few places that year in and year out produce good speck catches. You have to work it out each day.”, Captain L. W. Burroughs adds, “Speck fishing in December can be quite productive due to the fact they seek the warmth of deep water, this can be from eight to twenty feet, in canals and rivers which flow into saltwater bays. But, he says, “as the water temperature drops into the 50s, the fish move to the deeper holes around the inlet.” Most times of the year, anglers can locate schools of actively feeding speckled trout in a wide range of locations. Water turbidity and water flow remain important factors, since they are foundational to areas holding feeding speckled trout. It’ll feel like you’re hung up on an oyster shell. Where They Are- Cold Water Conditions. This means that in cold conditions the trout will tend to be in deeper, warmer water in larger bodies of flowing water. The reality is that the best tide to catch speckled trout is not happening only during those times. “They show up in huge schools, and if you can find one, you can bet the trout have found them, too. A few anglers target them with jigs worked along the shoreline early or late in the day on high water. Successfully locating and catching speckled trout during the summer begins with understanding their behavior. “You’ll hop the jig across the bottom, and you’ll think you’re hung up. Only a couple of months ago the air and water of Mobile Bay were both warm, still and pleasant. For brook trout, these limits are generally accepted to be a few degrees lower (some sources suggest as low as 65°). Captain L. W. Burroughs put his client on some good specks. Jot Owens specializes in speckled trout fishing out of Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. The lethal temperature for a Cutthroat Trout is 68.5 to 69 degrees. A warming water temperature of 68 degrees tells trout the spawn is coming. “I like GULP and Matrix Shad jigs in chartreuse and white, chartreuse and black, and just solid chartreuse,” Yano said. The weather, the water temperature, the salinity of the water all can change at this time of year. These are not very active fish, and they won’t move far or fast to take an angler’s winter speckled trout lure, but they will eat a nice finger mullet or live shrimp that is cast right in front of them. Captain Josh Lim found this speck near some hard structure. guides ike to use jigs and soft plastics during cold weather times. The air temperature then will be cooler than it was the day before, although the temperature only may be a couple of degrees cooler. Belle Island hunting club. “You have to try it, because if there’s a big trout out there, a gator trout, it will smash it,” said guide Kenny Shiyou. Make sure you’ve got winter speckled trout lures, Choosing the Best Suppressor for Your Style of Hunting, Assessing Pre Built Hunting Cabins for Sale, Choosing the Best Duck Hunting Kayak for Your Area, Boat Maintenance Checklist – Annual Tasks for All Systems. Whether an angler uses live bait or artificials in December, most of the time the offering will be on the bottom where the fish will be holding, and, according to Yano, this can create some problems. These are usually big trout who move into the sunny shallows. In other words, it is that time of the year when speckled trout fishing is all the rage. They like to be as comfortable in their surroundings as possible. Common baits for the Speckled Trout or Brook Trout: In this webinar we take a look at factors that affect their behavior, such as optimum spawning locations, water salinity, water temperature, light conditions and when they bite the best. In this scenario, large numbers of trout can congregate in these deeper areas due to the warmth, higher salinity, and close proximity to food sources such as shrimp, bait fish, and small crabs.”. Some of the population will likely be spawning anytime the water temperatures are running 70° to 90°, April through September. The upper back has an iridescent sheen with light blue and purple. 1. Speckled trout that emigrated out of the river systems (~42.4% of tagged fish) left when water temperatures were between 13-15 °C. Trout fishing at lower elevations (and in southern latitudes) can be quite poor when there is a long hot spell. As long as you know how to catch speckled trout in the winter and have the right winter speckled trout lures, you will be landed fish with ease. ... cold stun happens when water temperatures drop drastically and quickly after events like Thursday's blizzard. “Water temperature has a lot to do with trout,” said guide Sonny Schindler of Bay St. Louis. A kayak fishing enthusiast, he loves paddling into those hidden honey holes in search of all types of gamefish. 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