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Dec 31, 2018

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    The mangrove snapper utilizes classic hit and run tactics. They are surgical. Bam, the action will be on and then poof. Just like that the shows over. What normally happens is the mangrove snapper will move in aggressively. These guys are voracious and cannot resist first crack at your bait presentation. But, something will tip them off.
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    Daytime Swordfishing | Advanced Deep Dropping Made Easier

    The challenge is how you hit those bottom spots. Deep dropping baits requires attention to detail. The last thing you want to do is get you presentation tangled up your lead or leader of both. A steady hand and understanding of how to stretch your line out is key. Even without current, it is not advisable to just drop your bait over and let it descend in free spool. Using your boat to help stretch out your rig is helpful.
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    Retrieve and Cadence in Largemouth Bass Fishing | Mike Gerry

    Many of the world’s best bass fisherman will talk about cadence as a key to catching fish on many different types of baits. There is no doubt that cadence is especially important while retrieving a bait, but cadence does not mean to do the same thing every time you work a bait.
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