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  • Avoid damaging your rod's tip by placing a bead before the swivel. Read More
  • Use a short piece of wood or pipe rather than bare hands to free snagged lines. Read More
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    Nothing's more frustrating that watching a squid bait fall off the hook after only a few minutes of trolling -- let alone seeing a game fish nibble it off. This easy rig will greatly improve your bait's longevity. Read More
  • Winding excess line around the shaft will prevent your rods from becoming a tangled mess during transport. Read More
  • A little preparation can save your car from smelling like a mudhole. Read More
  • Connect a smaller hook to a larger one to avoid killing small live baits. Read More
  • Capt. Bob Rodgers uses this system to prevent the anchor of his small skiff from getting in the way. Read More
  • Use ponytail holders rather than rubber bands to make seperated fly-rod sections more managable. Read More
  • Get your money's worth out of those old plastic lures. Read More
  • Q: Anyone who has cleaned and examined the stomach contents of a wahoo has come across one of these critters. The wahoo I cleaned recently had two of them. What are they and how do they live in a harsh environment like the digestive tract of a fish? Are they harmful to the fish? And how does a pelagic fish like a wahoo encounter an internal parasite to begin with? - Scott Kerrigan, Wilton Manors, FloridaA: These are "giant stomach worms" of the genus Hirudinella, which reach sizes up to 8 inches long. I have seen them also in the stomachs of tunas caught in the Gulf of Mexico. Read More
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