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Apr 10, 2017

Yellowfin Tuna Chunking Drifting and Live Baiting

The In The Spread Yellowfin Tuna Chunking, Drifting and Live Baiting video, features philosophies and tactics for targeting yellowfin tuna, how to catch more tuna, the baits you need, rods, reels, terminal tackle and much more. Enjoy this short trailer from the film.

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