Offshore Trolling

Offshore Trolling: Hogy's light tackle trolling system is designed for supreme simplicity and effectiveness. Our offshore trolling system blends tactical precision with the versatility needed to adapt to various inshore trolling scenarios.

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How To: Trolling for Bluefin Tuna with Spreader Bars

Learn how Capt. Mike Hogan likes to deploy and troll his Flexi-Squid Bulb Spreader Bars in the productive bluefin tuna grounds south of Martha's Vineyard, MA.

No Outrigger Bluefin Tuna Trolling + Hogy Directional Bird Bar

Capt. Mike Hogan shows us how to deploy a 5-rod no-outrigger tuna spread using the Hogy Directional Tuna Splash Bird Bars for trolling scattered tuna in Cape Cod Bay. The Hogy 18" Pocket Splash Bar has a place in every spread. Its small size makes it easy to manage on light tackle and traditional gear. The bird is made out of super lightweight foam that is impossibly strong. The oversized wings spray water up to 24" and are made of a semi-rigid plastic that reduces breakage when the bar hits the deck.

How To: Troll Harness Jigs for Bluefin Tuna by Hogy

Join Capt. Mike Hogan and Capt. Nat Chalkley as they chase Cape Cod school bluefin tuna in mid June just south of The Claw, around 15 miles south of Marthas Vineyard. Capt. Mike covers the techniques he likes to use for finding fish in open water, including a brief how-to on rigging and deploying the Harness Jig and details his suggested offshore rod and reel outfit.

School Bluefin Tuna Trolling | Simple 4 Rod Spread | South of MV

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Light Tackle Tuna Trolling on Spinning Tackle

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