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How to Use Drones to Find and Catch More Fish…

From the moment I learned about small, remotely operated drones, I imagined how these unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) might help me catch more fish. I dreamed about aerial scouting for weed lines, rips, and flocks of feeding seabirds. I envisioned spotting fish such as cobia, mahi, redfish and tuna. I ...

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Where to Fish in October…

Salt Water Sportsman guides you through the month of October in search of your favorite saltwater species. These two locations per popular saltwater species offers insight into why the bite is hot and future trends to anticipate.   First choice: Costa RicaSecond choice: Ecuador The seamounts 70 to 140 miles ...

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Ice Your Catch…

With the time and effort it often takes to go fishing, it’s a shame to not adequately ice down and store your hard-earned catch. Failure to do so can lead to unpalatable mush on the dinner plate, or possibly thousands of dollars in prize money lost during tournaments. Several solutions ...

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Bullseye Fishing Tracker…

When fishing, I rarely take time to meticulously record conditions such as water temperature, air temperature, tide, barometric pressure after landing each fish, though I probably should. Now I don’t have to, thanks to a little device called the Bullseye Fishing Tracker from Anglr. You just push the Bluetooh-enabled button ...

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Recipe: Grilled Cobia With Clam ­Vinaigrette…

The rich flavor of cobia is nicely complemented by the sweetness of the clam vinaigrette. This simple preparation relies on the table quality of the fish. To grill it perfectly, make sure the grates are hot, and brush both the fillets and grill with olive oil before laying the fillets ...

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The Biscuit Ballyhoo Rig for White Marlin…

One of the best baits to fool hungry white marlin is a naked “dink” ballyhoo. A seasoned mate explains the steps he uses to make a “biscuit rig.” Matthew Spivey has been working the cockpit of Bank Walker, a 60 Omie Tillet custom sportfisher based in Atlantic Beach, North Carolina, ...

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How to Chum…

Chumming is an effective tactic for a variety of game fish. Culled by-catch from shrimp trawlers is used to catch tuna, king mackerel and sharks in the Gulf of Mexico and along the Northeast Florida and Georgia Atlantic coasts. Shrimp or crab bits loaded into tubes will draw bonefish and ...

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The 19 Innovations that Redefined Boston Whaler…

In 2008, the Unsinkable Legend was celebrating its 50th anniversary. It was a waypoint in an evolutionary journey of design and engineering that changed the course of boating and boatbuilding. But some will say what Boston Whaler has done in the past 10 years is more revolutionary yet. Whaler has ...

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Fall Fishing for Redfish…

Right here.” My buddy’s words were laden with frustration and confusion. He gestured with his rod in one hand and his empty other hand to the flats surrounding us. “Right here. I’m telling you that for the last three months we’ve found reds right here, and now, nothing.” For several ...

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How to Snell a Hook…

A snelled hook is popular with marine anglers who want a strong, sure connection, particularly for tuna, billfish, grouper and hard-charging inshore locomotives like bull reds. Snelled hooks offer maximum strength, provide a straight pull through the hook shank and telegraph bites quickly up the line. Here’s how to snell ...

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