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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.
Dolphin Fishing | Know The Species
Live or dead baitfish such as ballyhoo, pilchards, or bonito strips are excellent options for dolphin fishing. Live baits can be rigged on a hook or bridled, allowing them to swim freely and imitate a fleeing prey. Dead baits can be rigged in a similar manner or chunked and used as a scent trail.
The Basics of Chumming for Mangrove Snapper
Chumming is a productive fishing technique when targeting mangrove snapper because it attracts them to a specific area and increases the chances of catching one. The smell and sight of the bait will draw them in and make them more likely to bite.