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May 09, 2011

George Poveromo

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The haywire twist is the strongest connection for joining wire to a hook, lure or swivel. Here's how to tie one on.
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Deep jigging is making a comeback for one good reason: It will help you catch more fish anywhere in the coastal U.S.
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Fishing kites present irresistible live baits to kingfish.
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Chum can be a powerful weapon in the angler's battle to attract fish. But not all chum is created equal.
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For reliable big-game excitement, nothing crashes the party like large dolphin.
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When big game is the call, the look of the trolling spread trumps the size of the boat every time.
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Pair a popping float with a lure to pump up the volume of hits.
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If trophy king mackerel are the target, rig a ribbonfish to find the strike zone.
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Most scientists think so. Here's how it can work for you.
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The time-honored tactic of wire-line trolling for grouper is back and it's more effective than ever.
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