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No matter how bulletproof your game plan might seem, sometimes you'll need to tweak it and other times abandon entirely in order to get bit. Here are some strategies to use when your original strategy isn't working out.
The BD crew heads to Pepper Slough Outfitters in Henry South Dakota to hunt Snow Geese during the special fly back season.
Dan Wolford to speak at upcoming UASC Fundraising Dinner, Sunday June 2, 2013, 6 PM at Newport Beach Golf Course
There's a better way to fillet a dorado than tearing off the skin, which leaves that poor-tasting fibrous tissue. Check out this quick-and-easy tip to get a better dorado fillet.
While northern Baja stands poised ready to pounce on any sign of bluefin tuna or better yet albacore, Baja Sur seethes with a wide open rooster bite at Las Arenas and the promise of WFO billfish and dorado vibrates all the way to the tip.
An excellent, in-depth article by our Baja editor, Gary Graham, about catching Dorado south of the border. A must read.
Here is a quick tip to prevent slipage when respooling your reels.
Dorado are a wildly popular pelagic species, not to mention spectacular table fare. The native Hawaiians liked these fish so much they named them twice — mahimahi. And if you've ever caught one of significant size you probably did a double take, too. Learn all about this game fish.
Getting sponsored or becoming a pro-staffer for a tackle company is becoming the goal of more and more fishermen. The So Cal Scene takes an inside look at what it's all about.
BD introduces "Fishing Chick" and well rounded sportswoman, Ali Hobson of Florida and gets her side of the story about her fishing obsession.