If you don’t have a boat but wish to go fishing, wading is the way to go. There is the added benefit of being able to access spots during low tides or when the water is just too skinny for a boat. Some of the best days to go wading are during low light conditions––fish will be less wary of your presence. Sea trout are aggressive predators that prowl grass flats, oyster bars and deeper channels, waiting to ambush prey. They feed by sound, so throwing top-waters with loud rattles will get their attention and draw fish out of their ambush spots. When wading, opt for a long rod like the G. Loomis Pro Green 7-foot, 10-inch––it casts long distances and has enough power to land big “gator” trout!