Drawing upon the knowledge gleaned from years of experience from fellow fishermen and other professional anglers and captains, our how-to section is chocked full of instructional tips. There are in-depth tutorials and quick-tips to make you a better, more efficient angler and make your equipment last longer.
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Wahoo Ballyhoo Rigging The San Sal Ballyhoo Rig

There are almost as many ways to rig a ballyhoo as there are to skin a cat, and the "San Sal" rig is a...
fluorocarbon leader

Seaguar Fishing Line & Leader

It may sound like a cliché to say there’s a lot on the line, but nothing could be truer when it comes to fishing....
dock lines

How To Whip Rope Ends

Like everything else in the marine world, dock lines are not cheap. You want to do your best to keep the lines you have...
how to

Bridle A Bait

Bridling live baits is nothing new to the fishing world, but is still very localized in geographical zones. The benefit is a quick way to...

DIY Reel Service

I'm usually pretty good about regularly servicing my fishing reels. But in the wake of the multi-year fishing whirlwind that was El Nino, I've...
trolling rigs

How to Prep Ballyhoo

Rigging Ballyhoo Ballyhoo are one of the most widely used trolling baits in offshore fishing for two basic reasons. First, they are readily available for...
sand bass

Targeting Structure for Sand Bass

If you're like most private boaters in Southern California, you've probably targeted sand bass during their summertime spawn. At that time of year, catching...
mako flyfishing

Mako On Fly – Tips From Conway Bowman

Conway Bowman catches many different kind of fish, but the one he may be most known for is mako shark and on the fly...

Winter Boat Maintenance

As much as I'd like to be one of those guys that looks forward to spending a few hours tinkering around on their boat...
Tipping jig

Jig Tipping Tips

Jig Tipping I thought I might share a quick tip about tipping jigs with belly strips or any kind of fish flesh to entice the...

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