Rigging Offshore Trolling Lures
Best Surface Yellowfin Tuna Lures
Venice, Louisiana is the yellowfin tuna fishing capital of North America. For the fishermen there that target tuna year in and year out, their knowledge runs deep. The sheer volume of good fishing allows for lots of experimentation when it comes to the use of artificial baits for yellowfin tuna fishing. This In The Spread fishing video is serving up loads of insight on what surface lures produce fish. Capt. Josh Howard is one of the best captains in Venice. He is here to share his experience and opinions on top poppers and swimbaits for yellowfin and blackfin tuna. Learn about how he selects tuna lures based on the prevailing baitfish the tuna are feeding on and the action he likes from each. If you have these lures in your tackle box, you will be well suited to chuck lures at the school with confidence.
Total time: 14:06Views: 15511
Trolling Swimming Plugs
When you are fishing the close in shallow waters around reef systems or even deep water with man made structure, like oil platforms, trolling swimming plugs is a great way to quickly catch wahoo and yellowfin tuna. In this fishing video, you will learn valuable fishing tips and techniques for trolling plugs along a reef edge. The reef provides food and shelter to loads of baitfish and where there is ample bait, you will have predators. For the location we were fishing, the options range from yellowfin tuna to wahoo, big Spanish mackerel and dogtooth tuna. With toothy critters at play, you need to rig right to get tight. Bite sections made out of wire are key. A big factor of influence for us was how to setup trolling spreads when there are lots of sharks in the same waters. You may not have this problem, but it seem to be ever present around the world. You need to deploy swimming plugs close in and be ready with stout fishing tackle to finish the battle in short order. Boat driving can also help in this process, also. We will explain all the details of how far back to run lures and the type of fishing rods and fishing reels used that can handle heavier drag. You will see how to do a hay wire twist by hand and how to rig lures with wire. If you are not up for tying your own haywire twist, we give you another option that is quick and easy. Just remember, you need this wire and it will not scare the fish off, since you are trolling ducking and darting swimming plugs. Since you are targeting toothy fish, your lures will get chewed up. Learn how to fine tune trolling lures by removing the damaged areas. If the trolling plugs do not track correctly of give off the right vibration, it may cost you. See how to do it. Aside from the body damage, lure bibs break or need replacement to achieve deeper swimming. We will walk you through how to change lure bibs. It is all very straight forward. This trolling swimming plugs fishing video gets right to it. Learn about the trolling setup, trolling plugs and how to fine tune them, how to rig lures with wire leaders, the tackle and all the knots and connections you need for successful fishing. Always try to learn from the best, use the best tackle and you will catch the big fish.
Total time: 21:03Views: 1672
Rigging Marlin Fishing Lures And Terminal Connections
The crew aboard the Reel Teaser Fishing Adventures does a lot of diverse fishing. They do long range offshore fishng trips to shelf atolls, troll for sailfish and blue marlin, fish reef donkeys, target tuna, wahoo, swordfish and run backcountry expeditions for barramundi. This variety of gamefishing lends for fundamental understanding of the limitations rigs and line sizes across a range of classes. When you know how much energy really powerful fish can exert and the limitations of your tackle, you know exactly how much stopping force you can apply before failure. Knowing this requires your tackle rigging to be very sound. The best fishermen in the world have their rigging techniques tested on an almost daily basis battling fish. Given that the waters off Western Australia hold some really big fish, the tackle terminal connections you use have to be up to the task. Ross Newton, the captain of Reel Teaser, has been fishing these waters for a long time. He has boated some giants and knows how to rig his lures and terminal connections for big marlin fishing. See the system they use and learn how to rig marlin lures his way. The rigging system he uses for the stiff rig on his lures is very interesting. I have discussed with some of the very best big game fishermen in the world how they rig lures and none of them utilize anything like the crafty rigging technique I witnessed on the Reel Teaser. Ross Newton's protege Chris Rushford is going to demonstrate how to rig marlin fishing lures with their special stiff rig and the terminal connection they utilize from the mainline to the leader. Chris is an excellent fishing instructor. His depth of skill and knowledge come from spending so much time fishing for and catching donkeys on heavy tackle to light. Watch and see how one of the best big game boats in Western Australia rigs lures and terminal connections. It is nothing but good to be able to see how other great fishermen do what they do. Knowing why they do it is even better. Like we always say at In The Spread, learn from the best, use the best equipment you can and catch the biggest fish. Fish smarter.
Total time: 19:36Views: 1782
Rigging Wahoo Lures | High Speed Trolling
Watch big game fishing pro Rick Redeker rigging wahoo trolling lures in perhaps an unconventional way with this video. This is a powerful learning tool, for you to learn his way. We took the liberty of cutting this video from our much longer High Speed Trolling for Wahoo video, so you could go right to the segments you most want to watch. This is part five of the longer video. Rick is renowned for developing a system that weeds thru smaller fish to focus on catching big wahoo. His methods may be a tad out of the box, but that have brought his huge success in tournaments throughout the Bahamas. Watch as he takes you thru all the tools, tackle and lures he uses for rigging wahoo lures. His setup is a little heavier than most, but for a good reason. If you are interested in learning how to rig wahoo lures for high speed trolling, this is a great resource. This is a basic wahoo rig that Rick has caught a load of big wahoo with over the years. Take this opportunity to learn from a truly great wahoo fisherman and elevate your rigging techniques.
Total time: 21:55Views: 1410
Offshore Trolling Lures And Rigging Techniques
This 3.5 hour In The Spread fishing video features a few of the finest big game fishermen and lure designers known around the world. This is an ultra dynamic learning experience for anyone interested in marlin, wahoo or tuna fishing with lures. You will learn about head shapes, swim principles, skirts, skirt materials, skirting options, hooks and hook sets, lure positions and how to rig marlin lures. You will get a few step by step presentations on how to skirt lures and then rig them with hooks. This is very detailed. Black Bart Lures owner Jack Tullius dives in deep with his presentation on lure heads, hooks and lure rigging. Andy Moyes of Moyes Big Game Tactical shares his thoughts on his lures, which is best suited for each position in the spread and which sized hooks you suggests using. Finally, RJ Boyle walks you through how to rig offshore trolling lures his way. There is a lot of big game fishing experience being shared in this fishing video. Learn from the best and fishing smarter.
Total time: 3:31:19Views: 35116
How To Rig Offshore Trolling Lures
Roddy Hays fished all over the world and caught giant fish everywhere he traveled. Roddy is a wicked smart guy and an excellent instructor. This In The Spread fishing video features Roddy discussing all kinds of principles and dynamics related to fishing for marlin, tuna and wahoo and most importantly, how to rig offshore trolling lures. He will discuss the exact lure shapes that he prefers in each position of the spread, matching baits to species behavior and how all this translates into rigging marlin lures for trolling, and how sea conditions determine those choices. This is a very heady discussion. Roddy takes great lengths to show you how to rig offshore trolling lures or marlin lures and all the components that go into it, so you can do it yourself with confidence. We always do our best to find the most knowledgeable and experienced fishermen to teach fishing on In The Spread, so you get the very best information. Learn from the best and fish smarter.
Total time: 49:17Views: 13331
Trolling Lure Basics With Roddy Hays
World famous big game fisherman Roddy Hays paid a visit to RJ Boyle's tackle shop to discuss trolling lures and share some keen insights with you. Roddy is an innovator and open about sharing his experience and knowledge. He and RJ engage each other on trolling lures for marlin, wahoo and tuna and what their preferences are how each design performs in the water. They talk sea conditions and how various lure designs work better than others in a given sea. You will learn about long head lures, cupped face lures, slant heads or super plungers, tubes and bullets. This is a wide ranging discussion with real valuable perspectives being shared. Take advantage of this dialogue and fish smarter.
Total time: 19:31Views: 9717