Crowded residential areas on coastal waters equate to a jumble of docks that edge brackish bays, rivers and creeks. Don’t forget the accompanying boardwalks, pilings, boat lifts, dredged channels and all the rest.
We miss out when we motor away from these obvious fish attractors. Fishermen can catch plenty of residential fish and even save some gas by targeting close-quarters docks and pilings common in every coastal city. Three expert captains explain their dock-fishing techniques.
Source: Sportfishing Magazine