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There is far more to tying fishing rigs than simply picking the right hook and weights. Expert anglers depend on different rig configurations to present baits and lures at a variety of depths, with varying actions, and in a manner that facilitates setting the hook without spooking the quarry. Each rig, however, has a set of conditions under which it excels, as noted in the descriptions accompanying the following rigging illustrations. BLACKFISH RIG Blackfish are aggressive feeders that can snip the bait from a hook with surprising ease. For this reason, it makes sense to present two baits when bottom...

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Flounder are fun to catch, but you got to have patience and slow down to even get a bite and don't hurry to set the hook or you will miss them every time  Flounder Fishing - How to Catch Flounder Any freshwater or light saltwater tackle and line is good. Try using a 10-12-foot surf spinning rod with a two-handed grip. Saltwater spinning reels are most popular, wound with 200-250 yards of 15-20 lb. monofilament line. Bait & Rigging Flounder Bait: Pile worms, blood worms, mussels, grass shrimp, mud shrimp or ghost shrimp.  At the top of almost every inshore...

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The two types of saltwater catfish that live along the southeast Atlantic and Gulf coasts of North America are the gafftopsail catfish and the hardhead catfish. Both varieties are regularly caught by onshore and inshore anglers, most of whom are actually fishing for more glamorous species. Between them, the gafftopsail is perhaps more desirable as table fare because it is meatier, but neither is generally considered a prize catch. All catfish are essentially scavengers that rely upon smell to guide them to their food source. For this reason, strong smelling oily and bloody baits like cut mackerel and small baitfish work well in provoking...

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This is one of the best hats that I found when I am on the water for 6-8 hours, it is very light  and block the sun all around my head and neck, also has a mouth guard for your noise and face, they make 4-5 colors, but iI like the gray and the lighter colors, give one a try, you will love the hat. I also use the arm sleeves and a light shirt that will dry out fast if I get wet, and I use swimming trunks and keep some  light jogging pants to block the sun off...

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