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Big SoCal Yellowfin And Bluefin Bite

There's not a whole lot new to report this week other than that the big bluefin came back from wherever it was that...
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Baked Stuffed Lobster Recipe

I spent several years living and working in Boston, and one of our favorite dishes was baked stuffed lobster. It's always a crowd pleaser....
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Shallow Water Blackout: What You Need To Know

Whether you are a fisherman, diver, spear fisherman, cruiser, floater, or even a sailor (sometimes they troll) this is a topic worth understanding. First off...

Hoop Netting For Dummies

Hoop netting is something that I've been meaning to write about for a couple of years now. But being the lazy bass fisherman that...
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Building A Light-Line Leader System

To consistently land fish, you must be proficient in many different facets of tackle rigging. Of all that knowledge, perhaps the single-most important aspect...

Hurricane Rosa Comes a Knockin’ – Baja Bytes Fishing

Hurricane Rosa threatens the Pacific coast of Baja and the wahoo bite takes off in Mag Bay and the East Cape in this week's...

The SoCal Offshore Beat Goes On

Socal Offshore Beat The September full moon came and went earlier this week, and is almost always the case, the fishing changed along with it....
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Increase Your Range With ATL Fuel Bladders

ATL Fuel Bladders I recently had the opportunity to help run a boat from Port Canaveral, Florida across the Gulf Stream to Spanish Cay in...

Cabo Sportfishing Pioneers – The Ehrenbergs

A modest beginning by today’s standards, the Ehrenberg’s saga began four decades ago when Marco Ehrenberg's father Peter, Sr., and his brother Peter, Jr....

Baja Squalls Slow – Baja Bytes Fishing

Que Pasa September in Baja lived up to its reputation for squirrelly weather again this week as rain squalls (not hurricanes) put a dampener on...
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