Hogy — Mahi Mahi

How To Video: Sight Casting Lures for Mahi

Posted by Capt. Ross Gallagher on

Trolling lures and plugs is by far the most popular method for catching Mahi Mahi. Throughout the course of your day offshore, you will probably run across floating debris and vegetation. Even small items, like a drifting 5 gallon bucket can hold significant numbers of Mahi. Casting jigs and soft baits is a great way for several anglers to hookup on fish simultaneously. It is also a great way to break up the monotony of trolling for hours on end. Top Ranked Casting Lures For Mahi 1. SI 7/8oz Epoxy Jigs These long casting jigs are perfect for reaching fish...

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Video: Soft Bait Triple Dredges for Marlin, Mahi and Sailfish

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Video submission from Hogy® fan Alex V. in Miami, FL. using stacked dredges to tease Marlin in the Bahamas. He captured this footage of a Mahi coming in to investigate the spread. Kit: Hogy® Dredge Conversion Kits Rigging: Hogy® XXL Bait Keeper Screws Natural Bait: Split Tail Mullet Speed: 8 Knots

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Pro Talk: Summertime Trolling in the Florida Keys

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15 Minutes with: Capt. Mike Hogan Introduction: Summer trolling in the keys is all about the mahi. There may be a few wahoo, black fin tuna and a sailfish mixed in, but the primary target will be schoolie to adult dolphin along rips and weeds lines. Location: Key West, FL Tides: When trying to locate schools of Mahi offshore, finding current edges or temperature breaks is a great place to start. These areas tend to collect sargasso grass and debris, offering protection for small bait fish. Approach: Mahi trolling at it’s core is easy and straight foreword. Deploy a spread of 4- 5 baits arranged...

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