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  • Mike Dupree reels in a wahoo while slow trolling

    2023, Wahoo Fishing – Slow Trolling with Mike Dupree

    Unearth the secrets of slow trolling for wahoo with Capt. Mike Dupree. From gear intricacies to bait preferences, dive into the art and science of capturing this elusive predator, all while maximizing your sport fishing experience.

  • high speed trolling wahoo tournament secrets video cover

    2020, Wahoo - Secrets of High Speed Trolling

    Rick Redeker and RJ Boyle share their expertise on wahoo fishing, focusing on catching big wahoo. They discuss tactics, tackle expansion, and mental approach to consistently catch big fish. Rick shares information on lure colors, lead size, and water movement, while RJ emphasizes tidal windows and moon phases. This informative video will help fishers become smarter and more successful in their pursuit of wahoo.

  • wahoo fish caught by Reubin Payne in Hawaii with In The Spread

    2023, How to Catch Wahoo – Start with Knowledge

    Wahoo fishing is a popular activity for sport fishermen due to its speed and power. In The Spread offers educational videos on wahoo fishing, providing knowledge and tools for successful experiences. Effective baits for wahoo include live baits, trolled lures, and cut baits. In The Spread provides resources for both experienced and new anglers.

  • big wahoo caught in the Dominican Republic

    2022, Wahoo Fishing - Ultimate Guide

    Wahoo fishing occurs globally in tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. These ferocious predators, known for their large mouths and strong teeth, are solitary hunters with tenacious feeding habits. They aggregate in productive feeding areas, searching for ideal water conditions and forage concentrations.

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    Wahoo Fish - The valued Game Fish and Best sports Fish

    2021, Wahoo Fish - The valued Game Fish and Best sports Fish

    Wahoo, also known as Pacific kingfish, is a popular offshore fish with a dark blue green back, large mouth, and razor-sharp teeth. It weighs 79-84 kg and can swim at 60 mph. Wahoo fish have unique features like shorter teeth and skin covering the mandible. High-power reels, speedos, and Goggle-eyes are essential for wahoo fishing.

  • Wahoo Fish - The Razor Toothed Delicacy

    2021, Wahoo Fish - The Razor Toothed Delicacy

    Wahoo fish, a majestic oceanic marauder with a ruthless nature, are open ocean predators with stream-lined bodies and retractable fins. They are closely akin to mackerel, tuna, and bonito and are found in tropical and subtropical waters worldwide. Wahoo fish feed on various schooling fishes, including frigate mackerel, scad, butterfish, porcupine fish, and round herring.

  • Wahoo Fishing - Questions of Movement

    2020, Wahoo Fishing - Questions of Movement

    In The Spread aims to examine the movements of fish, particularly the wahoo, by focusing on regular fishermen who target the species. Understanding the ocean's factors driving fish behavior is crucial, as pelagic species follow food chains. Wahoo fishing involves various techniques, such as trolling spreads, jigging, and using baits like Herring, squid, and menhaden. Understanding the movements of wahoo and whether they move independently of smaller, more resident fish is essential for successful fishing.