How-To

Pro Talk: Tips for Trolling Tube and Worm from a Kayak

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We spent 15 minutes on the phone with Joe Higgins to discuss fishing from a kayak with a tube and worm. Here's what we found out.. Why do you like using a tube and worm combo for kayaks? Fishing a tube and worm from a kayak in 5 to 20-feet of water is the most effective way to cover a lot of water and find big stripers along the rocky coastline of the north shore. Once I know where the fish are, I can throw other lures (probably Hogy's) in the area I have found fish or simply continue to...

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Pro Talk: Jigging for Grouper on the Fall Bite SW Florida Style

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We spent 15 minutes on the phone with Capt. Ross Gallagher to discuss jigging for grouper on the fall bite with the Hogy 5" Flounder in Florida. Here's what we found out...   Capt. Ross Gallagher Website: http://theintrepidangler.com/Instagram: @theintrepidanglerFacebook: The Intrepid Angler With the near shore migration of keeper sized Gag grouper getting underway, now is the time for small boat owners to have the opportunity to target these fish that can be out of reach during much of the summer. I’ve been fishing large style soft baits long enough for grouper that I can leave the dock with out any frozen or...

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An Argument for a Huge Tube and Worm

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“Tubing” is a favorite of many but not all. While very few critics might question the tube’s fish catching ability, some complain that the technique is not “hands on enough” and “boring.” To these points, I beg to differ and I’m very excited to share with you a few tubing techniques I’ve picked up over the years. What does a tube and worm look like? Is it an eel imitator?  A sea worm imitator? I’m not really sure, all I know is the tube and worm is truly one of the fishiest lures you can use when trolling for striped...

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How-To: Small Baits for Skinny Water Stripers with Dave Peros

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We spent 15 minutes on the phone with Capt. Dave Peros to discuss using small baits for skinny water striped bass off the monomoy rips. Here's what we found out...  Capt. Dave PerosWebsite: http://www.captdaveperos.com/ Location: Monomoy Rips - Chatham, MA Tides: Incoming and outgoing water are both very strong but surface activity picks up the most around full tide. As the tide slacks, the fish also become very active.  Approach: Even during the summer, the cold water in this area means you can catch fish in full daylight, although they can be a bit spooky. Stemming the tide and casting parallel to the rip...

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Pro Talk: Monster Striped Bass in Boston Harbor with Slappy

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We spent 15 minutes on the phone with Eric Harrison to discuss kayak fishing for monster striped bass in Boston Harbor with the Hogy Slappy Eel. Here's what we found out... Eric HarrisonInstagram: @eharrison_fishing Location: Boston Harbor, MA Tides: Incoming tide Approach: Eric usually hits the harbor at night with the same plan; hitting a bunch of spots looking for some pods of bigger bass. "I was fishing a shallow, rocky rip area and the fishing was on the slow side," Eric said. "I moved away from the rip and found some big schools of very small bait and started working them."...

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