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Sight-Casting Basics

Master the essential strategies of sight-casting, and discover a new world of fishing

January 28, 2012
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Hunting Reds

Sight-casting to redfish is a lot of fun, and the fish are usually ready and willing to take a well-presented bait or lure cast their way. Ric Burnley
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Line It Up

When casting to spooky shallow-water species like bonefish, it’s important to be in the right position to make an effective cast. You want the sun behind you and the wind coming from a direction that will help, not hinder, the cast. And always target the lead fish. Joe Mahler / www.markerjockey.com
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Ultimate Game

Many anglers consider sight-casting for bonefish the best fishing anywhere. Ric Burnley
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Cobia Tricks

A trick for getting cobia to bite involves casting a bucktail and letting it sink when they follow it. Joe Mahler / www.markerjockey.com
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Cobia Tricks

A trick for getting cobia to bite involves casting a bucktail and letting it sink when they follow it. Ric Burnley
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