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Best Tripletail Lures…

Prized for tenacity and taste, tripletail are a worthy summer pursuit. This curious-looking fish together can be found around buoys, markers and trap floats in nearshore depths or in open water under mats of sargassum, weed lines and any manner of flotsam. The nomadic swimmers fight hard and have a ...

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A closer look at Bayliner’s Element F21 center console…

Perfect for fishing families who also want the versatility to enjoy other boating activities, this model delivers maximum value. An innovative M-Hull™ design gives this model exceptional stability and shallow draft for getting on the fish. The Element F21 delivers a spacious layout, the fishing features anglers expect, plus the ...

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Tarpon Secrets of a Fly Fishing Guide…

Megalops atlanticus has been around for millions of years and has developed a number of habits and tendencies that we as anglers can predict to help our cause. Understanding tarpon’s behavior, including how they move, where they want to be as they travel, and in what kind of areas they ...

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How to Set the Drag on Big-Game Reels…

When fighting fish that can weigh several hundred pounds, reliable and accurate drag is key to getting the most out of your tackle and winning the battle. Monofilament stretches; braid doesn’t, but the proper pre-set drag setting fully utilizes the tackle and shortens the fight. Here’s how the professional mates ...

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HCB 39 Speciale…

Nimble as a sports car, stable as a mega yacht, and as fishable as you want it to be, the 39 Speciale is a custom center console that enables you to tailor the layout and features for hardcore fishing or relaxing day cruises. Opt for the fishing package and you’ll ...

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Where to Fish in July…

The Salt Water Sportsman editors give you the top two locations to go in July for your favorite saltwater species, plus guidance regarding why the bite there is hot and why you should plan your next fishing trip accordingly. First choice: AustraliaSecond choice: Ecuador Gold Coast, Australia, is best known ...

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Planning Boat Trips…

Whether prompted by a vacation or business trip, or simply fueled by the desire to catch different species, sooner or later the appeal of distant waters pushes anglers to travel away from home. Some research and preparation prior to taking off for parts unknown ensures trouble-free navigation and a fun, ...

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Fishing the Remote Flats of Mexico…

In 1545, a Spanish ship met its fate on a treacherous and previously uncharted reef 70 miles off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Sailors who survived the shipwreck and made it back to the mainland described the coral-encircled islands as “more dangerous than a scorpion, which once it stings, ...

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Catch Northern California Delta Stripers…

Like a hunting dog rushing to retrieve a bird, my friend Dave Scott jumped on the bent rod. Our third member, George Speris, the captain of the boat and a veteran on such encounters, gave over-the-shoulder advice to Scott. “Just let her go, but once that line starts rolling off ...

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Snook Fishing in South Florida…

Capt. Gavet Tuttle approached the bridge span from the ocean side and said, “Drop ’em!” Carl Grassi and I fed back a pair of deep-diving plugs and hoped our pass under the bridge would yield a snook. We didn’t wait long. My plug stopped under the bridge, the rod bent ...

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