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What attracts snakehead fish?

Asked: Sarah-Jeanne Toth, Last Updated:

Snake heads like to chill on the shoulders of the bank with heavy cover and deep vegetation with a muddy bottom. Also, look for structure and shade they are ambush predators. Snakehead fish do not school once you have caught one keep on moving further along the bank. Don't stick around at the same spot.

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