Hogy — Tarpon

How To: Sight Casting to Cruising Tarpon with the 7-inch Hogy Original

Posted by Jamie Costa on

Capt. Brian Stilley of the Florida Keys talks to us about sight casting and blind casting for massive Tarpon on the South Side of the Key West beaches with the 7-inch Hogy Original rigged with a weightless hook.

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Pro Tails for Key West Tarpon

Posted by Hogy Lures Staff on

We head back down to Key West to fish with Capt. Aaron Snell, targeting flats tarpon with the new Pro Tail Series. Gear List Rod: Sewell Custom 8' Heavy Tarpon Rod Reel: Shimano TwinPower PG 8k Line: Power Pro 50lb Leader: 50lb Fluorocarbon

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How To Fish Large Swimbaits for Tarpon

Posted by Capt. Ross Gallagher on

Capt. Ross Gallagher joins Capt. Travis Holeman [www.keywestangling.com] in Key West Florida targeting deepwater tarpon in mid May using oversize Swimbaits and Swimming Jigs. This video covers a number of tips and techniques for targeting tarpon with soft style Skirted Swimbaits. Featured Products: Hogy Swimming Jig Series

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SUP Tarpon Fishing with Hogy Soft Baits

Posted by Capt. Ross Gallagher on

Report From Hogy Fan Sean Strahio: I was fishing off Satellite Beach, Florida from my Bote Rackham paddleboard. The afternoon storms were quickly approaching and we knew our time would be limited. We netted finger mullet just outside the breakers and slow trolled those around the schools of mullet while casting the 10″ Original Series Bone color Hogy with a 1/2oz Barbarian Jig Head. Five minutes in I got rocked casting along the edges of the mullet. Ended up landing this smaller tarpon about 10-15 minutes later. Follow Salty Roots online www.saltyroots.com

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Pro Talk: Light Tackle Tarpon Tips & Techniques

Posted by Capt. Ross Gallagher on

15 Minutes With Captain Ross Gallagher www.theintrepidangler.com What we learned…. Location: Inland Florida Rivers, Bridges, Canals and Channels. Tides: Like all tarpon fishing scenarios, a moving tide is generally needed to initiate a strong feeding pattern. It’s common to see fish rolling and splashing during a slack tide, but the bite may be difficult to nonexistent. The same areas should have 1-2 hour windows of active feeding near the start of an incoming or outgoing tide. Approach: Locating concentrations of juvenile tarpon can seem impossible if you don’t know where to start looking. It may be hard to dig up local knowledge, as...

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