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Adjusting Your Leaders for Fishing Situations…

Th e purpose of a leader, in its basic form, is to protect the fishing line against chafing or parting from contact with a fish’s jaws or body. Yet there’s much more to fabricating a leader system than simply tying on a length of heavy monofilament, fluorocarbon or wire. It’s ...

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Simrad NAIS 500 Class B AIS Transponder…

Simrad’s fully integrated NAIS 500 Class B AIS transponder includes a dedicated GPS-500 receiver and networks with any NSS, NSO or GO series display, as well as Simrad RS VHF systems. Compatible with NMEA 2000, NMEA 0183 and USB, Compatible with NMEA 2000, NMEA 0183 and USB. Adding the NSPL ...

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Mako Shark Fishing in the Northeast…

Mako fishing has changed since the days of meat hooks and Capt. Quinn. Modern aficionados know that the fastest shark in the sea is a sucker for high-speed baits. Out of Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina, Capt. Kenny Koci trolls for makos in late winter and early spring. “When the big ...

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Baked Halibut…

This simple preparation makes an ideal, quick dinner. The fig, chili and fennel create a pleasing balance of flavors to complement the richness of the halibut. Removing the seeds from the chilies reduces the heat while retaining the desired smoky flavor.   Source link

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Penn Passion Fishing Reel at ICAST…

Gear The new Passion spinning series for lady anglers features pink accents, comfortable Winn grips, lighter overall weight, and lower gear ratio for easier cranking. The new Passion spinning series for lady anglers features pink accents, comfortable Winn grips, lighter overall weight, and lower gear ratio for easier cranking. Source ...

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Scout a Wreck Using Electronics…

Capt. Billy Harbaugh knows a lot of wrecks off the Florida Keys, but this veteran skipper also knows that the rusting hulk comprising the main portion of every wreck is not always the best place to find fish. Harbaugh proved it to me as we targeted mutton snapper around a ...

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Adding a T-Top, Tower or Poling Platform to a Boat…

T-tops, towers, leaning posts, poling platforms and other elevated structures are commonplace on fishing boats nowadays, and while lightweight and long-lasting, marine-grade aluminum is prevalent in their fabrication; the intended purpose, desired looks and size restrictions greatly influence their design. Boatbuilders’ factory options take much of the guesswork out of ...

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Where to Fish in August and September…

The Salt Water Sportsman editors give you the top two locations to go in August and September for your favorite saltwater species, plus guidance regarding why the bite there is smoking hot and how you should plan your next trips. First choice: PanamaSecond choice: Costa Rica In Panama, blue marlin ...

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Grundéns Has Got You Covered…

When anglers are able to turn their love of fishing into a career, it becomes that much more important to be properly equipped. With over 25 years of experience, Miami-based Joe Lopez has learned what it takes to fight the fish and the elements. Watch to learn more about what ...

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