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  • 2020, Planer Fishing - Techniques for Big Boat Driving

    When trolling planers, it's crucial to understand the relationship between speed over ground and current and manage planers when turning back. Consider the speed of the fish and the depth of the water when marking them. Use electronics to measure fish locations and adjust baits accordingly to trigger bites and catch more fish.

  • 2020, Planer Fishing - Techniques for Driving Center Consoles

    Mastering trolling with planers involves proper boat handling, keeping the boat in gear, and turning the boat as you reel in. Focus on not tangling the line with the fish, and create a clean water lane with a gradual turn. Be methodical and communicate to ensure the boat driver is handling the boat correctly. By following these tips, you can catch more fish with ease.

  • 2020, Planer Fishing - Big Boat Techniques

    Learn saltwater trolling planer fishing techniques from experienced fishermen. Capt. Mark Danley shares tips on dropping lines, engaging planers, and proper drag usage. He also discusses recognizing bites and avoiding tangling lines. This video helps reduce headaches and allows fishermen to focus on catching fish without messing with gear.

  • 2020, Planer Fishing - Small Boat Techniques

    Learn the basics of planer fishing from experienced south Florida fishermen, RJ Boyle. He emphasizes having a clutter-free boat, gear, and rigs for saltwater fishing. He also teaches techniques for engaging and disengaging planers, ensuring smoother fishing and avoiding tangles. Mastering these techniques will help you catch more fish in nearshore waters.

  • Offshore Fishing with a Trolling Planer

    2018, Offshore Fishing with a Trolling Planer

    In summer, planers are effective for catching saltwater and coastal waters. Instructors RJ Boyle and Mark Danley discuss setups, tackle, rods, reels, rigs, tactics, and techniques. Strip baits are ideal for targeting kingfish, grouper, wahoo, and sailfish, making planers a successful choice for commercial operations.

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    2018, Planers Catch Fish

    Planer fishing is a revolutionary technique that allows anglers to troll baits and lures at varying water depths, targeting species like mackerel, wahoo, tuna, snapper, amberjacks, and sailfish. It requires finesse, understanding of the water, and a keen eye for detail. Two methods are in-line and bridled, with each having its own advantages. Miami Captain Chad Raney is a key figure in planer fishing, emphasizing the importance of finding the bait and fish at specific times.