Saltwater environments often offer challenging fishing conditions. Many rivers in North Florida carry water stained by fallen leaves from oak trees on the bank. Murky waters may make the fish more difficult to spot, but the opaque nature of the water also makes it easier to sneak up on your pray, insists angler David Baker, a native Floridian and avid angler. Clueing into other environmental elements can help you find the fish.

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