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Butterflied Ballyhoo Plug…

Knocker rigs with chunks of sardines, and jig heads with Fishbites were doing a more than adequate job when fishing for grouper and snapper off the West Coast of Florida. I was hooking keeper snapper and grouper on every drop. Seeking larger fish in the Gulf of Mexico waters, 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: EcuadorSecond choice: Costa Rica Waters off the Galapagos and fabled ...

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Bull Redfish in North Carolina's Neuse River…

The chugger I was working near the shoreline sounded like a bottle rocket with each jerk of the rod tip. Suddenly, the water bulged, and a beach-ball-size swirl and whining drag confirmed I was tight to a giant redfish. Fifteen minutes later, we quickly released the 51-pound bull back into ...

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Best Lures for Spanish Mackerel…

Fast, sleek and scrappy, Spanish mackerel provide countless hours of light-tackle fun. The autumn migration for these speedsters is currently underway throughout the Carolinas, Georgia and Gulf states as the schools make their way south before setting up winter residence in South Florida. Spanish love a variety of small prey ...

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Viking 37 Billfish Boat Review…

With models ranging from 42 to 92 feet, Viking Yacht Company has dominated the offshore-fishing market. And certain that bluewater anglers will quickly recognize its fish-catching prowess, the famous builder now offers its new interpretation of the classic day boat, with the unmistakable look of models originated in the early ...

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Sharp-Toothed Game Fish on Fly…

Fly-fishing for toothy critters comes with a disclaimer: Spanish mackerel, kingfish, barracuda, bluefish and sharks readily eat flies, but they don’t always give them back. And even when they do, what you get back is usually an undressed or badly damaged version. So you are going to need a pile ...

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Automatic Charging Relay Systems for Boats…

An automatic charging relay (ACR) system represents a simple way to charge all of your boat batteries on the fly, so to speak. As long as the engine alternator is churning out amps, like when you’re trolling or moving from one fishing spot to another, the ACR can re-direct excess ...

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Grundéns Gear Prepares Anglers for Anything…

When a buddy introduced offshore angler Peter Lopez to the flats years ago, he never imagined how much he would enjoy the new challenges of inshore species or how it would shape his career. Watch to learn more about Peter’s conversion to the flats and how his Grundéns’ gear gives ...

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Atlantic Menhaden Need Improved Management…

“No man is an island.”—John Donne Nor any fish either, or really any living plant or animal. We are all bound together in a mind-bogglingly complex web of life, in which what happens to one species affects multiple others. Yet up to now, we have governed many of our natural ...

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