Hogy — Pro Tails

How To: Casting to Striped Bass with the Hogy Pro Tail Paddle

Posted by Jamie Costa on

We spent 15 minutes on the phone with Capt. Derek Bielitz of the Highlands, New Jersey to discuss casting to striped bass with the Hogy Pro Tail Paddle.   Capt. Derek Bielitz www.bndcharterfishing.com/ Facebook: Fisher Price IV Sportfishing Location: Highlands, New Jersey Launching out of Twin Lights Marina, Sandy Hook Bay, Raritan Bay and New York Bight are some of the common fishing grounds for Highlands anglers like Capt. Derek Bielitz. Located in the northern most part of New Jersey near Sandy Hook, anglers from this region often fish both New Jersey and New York waters. The striped bass tend to hold close...

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Best Lures For Fishing In Aruba & Caribbean Islands

Posted by Ross Gallagher on

I brought my own gear to the island to target the fishery of the rich inshore and nearshore waters with Laurenz. Over the years, we explored more and more of the island and learned all about the extraordinary, and yet unrecognized, fishery. We used many jig and pop techniques to target both inshore and pelagic species.

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Ten Tips For Casting To Cobia On Manta Rays

Posted by Ross Gallagher on

Central Florida Charters Tips for Catching Cobia On Manta Rays Capt. Scott Lum www.centralfloridacharters.com If possible try to approach the ray slowly, positioning the boat parallel to the ray casting across the ray instead of approaching the Ray from behind. It’s easier to make long casts well ahead but in line with the ray and reel your lure fast on the surface until it’s where you want it then drop it down to the fishes level. If you make a bad cast, immediately reel back as fast as you can and recast because the ray could spook and go down....

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3 Tips For Casting and Jigging Cobia On Wrecks

Posted by Ross Gallagher on

Two top Hogy Pros on their favorite lure fishing techniques for catching cobia off of manta rays, wrecks, ledges, and channels. Learn how to hookup with these pro tips.

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