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6 Results for "Accurate fishing"
Q & A: Fishing for Inshore Slams

: Day in and day out, tarpon and bonefish are the easiest part of the slam. Q:  What's the hardest part of catching a slam? TIR: Sometimes the fish are not feeding regardless of the type of fly or bait you use. BRL: The angler's ability or inability to accurately cast 30 to 60 feet. Fishing for permit in very windy, overcast conditions is also difficult. BB: Permit ... Read More

Australia's Coral Coast

, thanks to squid attracted to the boat’s underwater Aqualuma blue lights). After dinner, Doug Nilsen called home to report in. Doug, co-owner of Accurate Fishing Products along with his brother David, also on board, were joined by their VP of sales and marketing, Ben Secrest. Before signing off, Doug handed his iPhone to Secrest for a quick hello. Since I happened to be sitting in the salon and working ... Read More

Top Five Florida Keys Fishing Opportunities

requires accurate casts. But  summer usually means lighter winds, and with multiple shots, you can rack up that first score. Tarpon come next. Working the edges of flats and mangrove shorelines next to deeper water, Goodwin looks for targets in the 5- to 30-pound range. Smaller fish are more abundant and easier to land. Once 'poons top 70 pounds, catch rates sharply decline. Using the same 7 ... Read More

San Carlos Offshore

on what had seemed like perfection, and by midday the Sea of Cortez was essentially glassy. We decided to switch our tackle to spice things up and armed ourselves with Accurate spinning reels loaded with 40-pound braid. A sizeable bull dorado once again disrupted our line setting. Nearby boats gathered quickly around us to sample the hot bite. Captains in San Carlos are charitable with their fishing ... Read More

Belize's Permit Paradise

Prowling the southern flats of Belize The 10-pound permit zigged and zagged across the south Belize flat like a soused sailor on shore leave. On the bow casting platform, angler Spud Woodward grumbled in frustration, "So, where am I supposed to cast?" Picking a spot, he flung the live crab to intercept the fish ... Read More

A Week on the Nomad

. Like all their relatives, these long, sleek mackerel are fast. But suddenly, mid-run, this one seemed to find the strength of three fish and took off like no tomorrow. It came out of the water - or more accurately, the front half did, thrown completely clear. The body ended around the dorsal fin where it had been severed. Around it, in a huge shower of red spray, the water erupted and that half ... Read More