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Dec 31, 2018

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    How to Catch Wahoo – Start with Knowledge

    The optimal depth for wahoo fishing can vary depending on several factors including water temperature, the time of year, and the presence of other fish species. Generally, wahoo are found in deeper waters, typically ranging from 150-300 feet.
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    Permit Fishing – Know The Species

    The use of lures for permit fishing can differ in various parts of the Atlantic Ocean due to variations in the types of prey items available, as well as differences in the behavior and habits of permit populations in different regions. For example, permit populations in the Florida Keys and the Gulf of Mexico may be more susceptible to lures that mimic crabs and shrimp, while populations in other parts of the Atlantic Ocean may be more susceptible to lures that mimic small baitfish.
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