Saltwater Fishing Seminars
It is astounding how much heady information is available in this In The Spread Yellowfin Tuna Fishing Seminar video. RJ Boyle assembled a few of south Florida's best tuna fishermen to share experience based knowledge, so your learning curve doesn't have to be so long. Mark Hamilton and Triston Hunt and occasionally Chip Sheehan are very tuna savvy. RJ breaks down all the walls with these guys and hits hard with tough questions only seasoned big game fishermen would know to ask. This information will save you time and money and put fish in your boat. There are no secrets here. These guys have caught loads of yellowfin. They have no qualms about giving up everything they know. After all, knowledge is meant to be shared. Even though this video is Bahamas fishing centric, much of the material discussed may be applied to any yellowfin tuna fishery. For most anglers, you only get a couple shots in your life at a life changing fish. This is about succeeding with the right tackle and the right info. Take this opportunity to learn some high level offshore fishing trade craft. The discussion ranges from trip planning to the Bahamas, what to look for from tides, moons and general weather conditions, what birds tell you, live wells, tackle, using lures and ideal baits, how many and what size live baits you need, big and small boat setup, a wide variety of tuna fishing and chumming techniques, plus mind boggling loads more info on how to catch tuna. After watching this offshore fishing video, you will have an advanced understanding of yellowfin tuna fishing! Knowledge is key to success in this game. Get some now. Pre-planning your trip is smart and safe. Think about the best time to go, how much fuel. You can burn a lot of fuel doing this. Can you make the entire run to where the fish are and back without refueling? What is the better moon phase? How does the tide impact the open water and structure bite? Is there a better wind to fish? Does cloud cover impact the fishing? What would make you not go, other than heavy seas? There is a lot going on in this discussion. All of this addressed. This is the million dollar calculus. Are you taking live baits or dead? What kind of bait? Will you be live baiting or dead bait chunking? Should you go without live bait? You will learn about the dead baits these guys use, how much they take and what size. Can you catch them with just chunks? What are the live baits of choice? How are they kept alive? What live well capacities are these guys using? There is a of of time spent breaking down the bait equation. Rods, reels, hooks and line are discussed. There is disparity between how each of these guys gears up, but that's what you learn. There is no right or wrong way. There are a lot of ways to target yellowfin tuna. Some lighter tackle and some heavy outfits are used. See why each option works. Are these fishermen using braided line, mono or fluorocarbon? What combination of lines and connections is preferred? This will all be discussed in detail. The crown jewel of this In The Spread Yellowfin Tuna Fishing Seminar is the lengthy exchange about birds and what they tell you, how to prospect with lures, using radar to find birds, do you really need radar, bait presentation, chumming strategies and hooking baits. This is where things get interesting. You will learn volumes more about tuna fishing techniques from this discussion. After you watch this watch it again. Take and put this knowledge in your quiver. Go out and be a better smarter yellowfin tuna fisherman. Good luck and never stop learning. BUY DVD Here
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In this In The Spread Daytime Swordfish Seminar video, hosted by Florida daytime swordfish expert RJ Boyle, you are privy to a really deep discussion on the technical side of the fishing. RJ is a very technical swordfishing pro, so your take away will leave you more informed and ready for your first or next offshore fishing outing. After watching this seminar, you will have a greater appreciation for the amount of time and work that goes into this type of fishing, at the highest level. You will understand how vital the boat driver, angler, tackle and bait are to your success. You will know more about currents, the drop, drift and boat driving than you could imagine before watching this production. If you are not setup with the right gear, don't go. You will fail. RJ provides experienced based knowledge on why you need the right rods, reels and other tackle. Remember, you are trying to hook a swordfish up to a half mile away. Everything has to be spot on. For example, RJ spend about 30 minutes just on the broadbill swordfish rig. From the hooks you should consider using and why it is important to use them. From the distance you are from the fish, you need that hook to penetrate when you drive it. Do skirts really matter? What colors does he like the most? What type of monofilament is he using for the bite section of the leader? Why should you use a wind on leader? That is just the beginning. RJ Boyle drills into the stratification of the current. This is a heavy open forum discussion on the nuts and bolts of fishing for broadbill swordfish in the daytime. Enjoy this. You will walk away a lot richer.
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