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Getting Started: Buying A Redfish Boat
Getting Started: Buying a Redfish Boat Part #1 of 4 By: J. Dwayne Smith Team Padrick and Smith “The Redfish Guys” Introduction: When Team Padrick and Smith, “The Redfish Guys”, had the idea of beginning The Getting Started Series of articles, our goal was to help the upstart inshore angler save some time and money by giving advice on tackle, gear, fishing techniques,...
Some fishermen consider bluefin tuna to be dinosaurs still swimming in the ocean. Atlantic bluefin tuna have very few natural predators. Weighing in at over 1000 pounds in some cases, these fish face few natural threats. Orca whales and sharks are generally their largest predators. ICCAT (International Committee for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas) is a coalition of most of the...
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Pro Kayak Angler John Deshauteurs shares his tips on why the paddle is important while kayak fishing in his Jackson Kayak Mayfly. An often overlooked piece of gear (until you need it or forget it) the kayak paddle is one of your most important pieces of gear. In this video John is using the Bending Branches Angler Ace Plus Fishing Kayak Paddle and...
I was probably already doing this some, but as I began kayak fishing I learned just how many fish I drift or paddle over.  We are all programmed to want to sit in the front of the boat and have the first cast at fish, which should give the best opportunity to land the biggest and most fish. However, I've...
BEST Popping Cork - Trophy Red Drum
BEST Popping Cork For Giant Red Drum What is the best popping cork for catching  "Old Drum" or "Trophy Red Drum"? We get this question A LOT. We thought it would make a great article to answer the question and also give you some history/background. As most of you are aware we are based out of Morehead City, NC and close to the...
John Deshauteurs shares how to stay safe on the water and how we need to be aware of hooks while kayak fishing.video
Kayak Angler John Deshauteurs shares his tips on Kayak Fishing Hook Awareness. We are excited to work with and feature his Kayak fishing updates, tips, and how to's. Check back often to see what news and information John has to share. South Mississippi native, John Deshauteurs, was born and raised on the Gulf Coast. As his passion for fishing kept him busy...
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Shaw Grigsby, Host of One More Cast explains his favorite knots to attach Fluorocarbon leader to braided fishing line.
It happens every spring. There may be a few advance scouting parties during April, but by May the sneaky Spanish Armada is surging up the Carolina Coast with plans to take over the nearshore ocean waters.  Even with thousands of eager fishermen watching and waiting for their arrival, with plans to intercept and catch as many as possible, they make...
Some fish have teeth, really sharp teeth, and they can make short work of mono or fluoro leaders. You might land some occasionally, but, for the most part, catching these fish consistently requires wire leaders. There are a couple of exceptions, most notably trolling spoons for king and Spanish mackerel, but landing success for toothy critters rises significantly when a wire...
Mark Davis and the BigWater Adventures team have teamed up with PointClickFish.com to bring you a Do It Yourself (DIY) series. Over the next few weeks Mark Davis will show you how it's done! Let us know if you have something you want to see Mark demonstrate!You can find Mark Davis on BigWater Adventures on the Outdoor Channel Saturdays...

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How To Use Solunar Tables To Catch Fish

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