I am going to be fishing Keaton Beach mid November. If water stays warm (upper 60s or above) i pretty much know where to go, but not if water cools down significantly.
With no rivers close by, do trout just move out to deeper water (say 6 - 8 feet or deeper) or do they make a bigger move?
Any help appreciated.
BTW , Welcome aboard Trimkiller2 !!
I'm working on this Big Bend Trout thing still a bit. Bought a Kayak and will be Far Creek Backcountry this late winter. Got a Skiff for the deeper offshore.
Caught a bunch this Summer..I know Temps are changing.
Just trying to follow the fish.
Wish they got 50 pounds
Hmmm I thought trout only went out and deep in the dog days of summer.
I learned something new today!
I have friends with jet drives, they make chasing fish in the winter so much less stressful.
Not saying you can't wear out your welcome on an outgoing, but they are much more forgiving.
You can get within 100 yards or so close to the treeline. Couple 6/8 ft. deep holes but their pretty skinny Creeks.
Went up one this summer and slayed the Reds...about 14 to 16 inches long , couple dinky Trout as well.
It was fun but bigger fish is always good.
May check back in for Intel a couple of days before the trip.