What’s the most unconventional bait you’ve crossed over from fresh to saltwater? A tin packed with worms has always been a sure bet to hammer some bluegill or catfish at the local lake. But we couldn’t believe what we saw when Southern Salt brought a container of the wiggly fellows out under some bridge pilings on saltwater and started crushing sheepshead.
Unconventional, sure, but the catch speaks for itself. And there are no style agreements for how you fool some tasty sheepshead onto your plate.