Fishing Off The Boat For Snook In Florida With Luiza
The young lady in the video fishing for Snook in Florida, is a Brazilian-born beauty named “Luiza”. Luiza has her own website and YouTube channel where she posts photos and videos of her globetrotting adventures. And from what we can see in the video below, you might consider checking-out both her website and YouTube channel.
This is from her website fishingwithluiza.com:
Female angler Luiza was born and raised in the beautiful country of Brazil. She’s always had a love for the ocean and her fishing addiction started when she was just a little girl the first time her grandparents took her fishing. Since moving to Florida she spends most of her time for work and pleasure fishing, spearfishing and scuba diving around the world.
Luiza has made the cover of numerous fishing magazines including GAFF magazine, Onshore Offshore, Woods & Water, Coastal Angler & Big Game Fishing Journal. She has also written & has been featured in various fishing magazine articles over the past several years. Luiza is a proud member of the CCA, Coastal Conservation Association, and also fishes tournaments throughout Florida & other exotic locations around the world.
About Snook courtesy of Wikipedia:
The common snook is a species of marine fish in the family Centropomidae of the order Perciformes. The common snook is also known as the sergeant fish or robalo. The snook is an estuarine-dependent fish species. Within estuaries, juvenile common snook are most often found inhabiting areas such as coastal wetland ponds, island networks, and creeks. Despite being a euryhaline species of fish, common snook do show a tendency to gravitate towards lower salinity conditions in the early stages of their life.
By being able to adapt and thrive in both high and low salinity conditions through osmoregulation, common snook display a high level of habitat plasticity. Common snook are opportunistic predators whose feeding habits indicate that there is a positive relationship between their size and the size of their prey, meaning that as the snook grows it feeds on larger and larger prey