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Tips for Deep Sea Fishing

Posted on January 20, 2014 at 10:56am by Braid Products No Comment

Deep sea fishing is a trending sport. Television shows like Deadliest Catch or Shark Men have brought attention to going after the “big ones.” Although deep sea fishing is fun to do, it is very different from the regular fishing that most people have experienced. Avid anglers may have been fishing for years, but find…

The Right Connections Will Keep You In The Game For Bigger Yellowfin

Posted on December 10, 2013 at 7:26am by Braid Products No Comment

Equipment failure and human error are the two main causes of major frustration in the sport of angling. What with the warp speed of technology advancement of equipment and the mountain of information available, when it comes to hooks, swivels, knots, and terminal gear, it’s a foregone conclusion something is going to go wrong, and…

Trolling Techniques

Posted on December 2, 2013 at 7:53am by Braid Products No Comment

How to get started trolling for fish Simple Trolling Basics Trolling, whether near shore or offshore, is often the most productive method for catching a variety of saltwater gamefish. From blue water pelagics to close-in bottom fish, trolling is often the key to a good catch. Yet, many anglers don’t use this method either because…

Deep Sea Fishing Tips

Posted on November 15, 2013 at 9:53am by Braid Products No Comment

Deep sea fishing has always been a thrill, a rush of excitement for the adrenaline junkies of the angling world. When you’re looking for a new fishing challenge hop aboard a chartered boat and reel in the fish of a lifetime. Deep sea fishing is done in waters 30 ft. or deeper a fair distance from land, it’s…

How to Use Birds to Locate Fish

Posted on October 29, 2013 at 8:42am by Braid Products No Comment

Certain times of the year in both freshwater and saltwater, anglers can use flocks of actively feeding birds to locate large concentrations of bait and fish. This was the case during my recent fly fishing trip with Capt. Joel Dickey. First thing, early in the morning, we’d run a wide sweeping perimeter with the boat,…