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Bait’em with Kites

June 16, 2014
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Natural Match: A range of artificials in various sizes and several species patterns allows for a more accurate replication of the existing forage. Above, slow trolling speed generates forward motion to help keep the kite aloft, even in a shifty breeze.
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Skipping Along: The combination of upward and forward line tension enabled by a slow-trolled kite keeps baits at the surface. A short cable trace prevents cutoffs when wahoo show up.
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Action Attraction: There’s scarcely a gamefish that won’t pile on a flyingfish, or another showering bait, given the opportunity. Tunas, billfish, dolphin and others find the action of a kite-trolled artificial nearly irresistible when they’re on the feed.
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