Saltwater Fishing Techniques
Triple tail fish are one of the finest eating fish in the sea and one of the more elusive. Couple that with the amount of saltwater fishing pressure they receive when they show up, trying to stack a few in your cooler becomes a real challenge. There is a solution. Make you own FADs and attract triple tail fish to your own private fishing spot. Triple tail fish or blackfish are very structure oriented. That is why you always find them around channel markets, pilings, crab trap lines and buoys. So, if you can make your own FADs and place them adjacent to other known tripletail holding areas, you can attract your own fish. This makes fishing so mush easier. Capt. William Toney will show you how to make FADs for triple tail fish with readily available rope, blocks, crab buoys and biodegradable ingredients. This is easy and works well. At the end of the migration, you just pull the blocks up, so as not to leave anything in the ocean.
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Bottom fishing or deep dropping is not difficult. It just requires a little specific knowledge about sending baits down to fish on the ocean floor. Golden tilefish are one of the more desirable species, given the quality of their meat. This In The Spread fishing video is going to show you how to catch tilefish in the waters off south Florida. You will learn how to locate ideal bottom mud in 600-800 feet of water where tilefish live. We will show you the baits that work, how to rig baits, how to make bottom fishing rigs and how to drift baits. You will also learn about recognizing bites and how to trigger additional bites. Learn this simple yet lethal method for bottom fishing. Go with knowledge and fish smarter.
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Dredge fishing is the standard among elite tournament sailfish and marlin teams around the world. If you are not running dredges, you are out of the competition. Squid teasers, mudflaps, rigged ballyhoo, rigged mullet or a variety of other baits are used with dredges. This is just a great way to attract billfish to your spread. LEARN why this fishing technique is so lethal and how to incorporate it into your offshore fishing. You will see the components that you need to run dredges, how to rig them with deab baits or teasers. Knowing where to position your dredge us key. Find out now. Get precise explanations on how to fish your baits, how to operate the dredge, when to reel it in and how to fight billfish with dredges in the water. This is a super in-depth fishing video with loads of fishing tips for offshore fishing. It is always best to learn from really accomplished fishermen, so you hit the water with the best intel. Fish smarter and catch more.
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When the air temperatures of summer start to rise heating up the water near the oceans surface, what do fish do? They move down in the water column. How do you reach them? For saltwater fishing applications, one of the best ways to get baits down to where the fish are is with a fishing planer. In coastal waters where the reefs exist, if you are trolling baits on or near the surface and not getting bites, it's time to try other fishing techniques. Planers open up another realm. What we do in this In The Spread fishing video is give you fishing planer setups for bit boats and small boats. We will cove the tackle, rods, reels, fishing rigs, tactics and related fishing techniques to run planers. You will learn why planer fishing can make your day. Our instructors, RJ Boyle and Mark Danley, will share their knowledge and experience on how to catch fish with planers. You will learn about the various sizes of planers, how to make the rig, the hooks you need, squid skirts and sea witches used to cover your bait. One of the best baits you can use for this type of fishing is a strip bait. We will cover bonito, mullet, squid and plastic strips. You will learn how to hook strip baits with both single and double hook rigs. The mechanics of how planers perform underwater and the proper way to set up your spread will be shown to you. We will cover the planer fishing rig in detail and then demonstrate how to deploy them for optimal performance. You will learn how to stagger you planers, so they do not tangle when you make a turn in your boat. These fishing tips will give you a huge head start. When it comes to a fishing planer, you can use them to target kingfish, grouper, wahoo and even sailfish. Commercial kingfish operations have been using them with great success for years. Learn why you should use them, how to use them and all the tackle you need to make it happen. You will always fish smarter when you have the right knowledge.
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