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Best Artificial Baits to Use When Fishing for Tripletail
According to Joe Furlan with Furlan’s Marine Inc. in Gautier, Mississippi, if a tripletail is hungry, it’ll bite whatever you put in front of it. The best bait to use for tripletail is whatever they are feeding on. For example, if you see a trash line, you may notice a bunch of little bitty bait fish in those lines. A small minnow would work in that situation. Other top choices for artificial bait are shrimp with a popping cork or any type of minnow.
According to Joe Furlan with Furlan’s Marine Inc. in Gautier, Mississippi, the best live baits for tripletail fishing are shrimp, pogie fish, finger mullet and bull minnows. Any bait fish that is small enough for the tripletail to eat is recommended.
Joe Furlan with Furlan’s Marine Inc. in Gautier, Mississippi, explains where to look when fishing for tripletail. Tripletail, also known as blackfish, is an odd-looking fish that is absolutely delicious. The tripletail’s behavior is unique in that it floats on its side. The purpose of this floati...
Joe Furlan with Furlan’s Marine Inc. in Gautier, Mississippi, explains what type of rig to use for catching tripletail. For a tripletail under about 15 pounds, any bait caster will do, but over 15 pounds you really want something with power. Be sure you have plenty of line should the fish run on ...