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    See our roundup of these game fish at a young age — we all have to start somewhere. 
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    A gallery of billfish caught on the fly and culture in Guatemala.
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    If you're looking to score big with striped bass in broad daylight, stock up on live eels and follow the lead of this savvy captain. Read More
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    When the fishing is hot and you need to get to the action fast, nothing beats a tricked-out beach buggy. Read More
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    If you want to hammer speckled trout without the summer heat and crowded waters, sneak out in the dark and fish under the lights. Read More
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