Choosing The Right Rod For Inshore Fishing
Learn how to choose the right rod when fishing for redfish, trout, snook, tarpon and other inshore species.
Choosing An Inshore Fishing Spinning Reel & Line
What to look for when choosing a spinning reel and line for inshore saltwater species such as snook, tarpon, or redfish.
The Centuari Knot
Learn how to tie the Centuari knot, which is a great knot to use when tying to a swivel or split ring.
3 Turn End Loop Knot
The three turn end loop is a unique knot in that is doesn’t tie tight to your lure. This allows for more action.
The Albright Special Knot
This is a great knot to use when tying a leader to the main line that is very different in size. For example a 50 lb. leader to a 10 lb. main line.
Double Uni Knot
This popular knot allows you to tie a leader to your main line. It’s best suited when the two lines are of similar diameter.
Lubricate Your Knots
Lubricating your knots is an important thing that every fisherman should know.
How To Rig A Live Pigfish Or Pinfish
Pigfish and Pinfish are great inshore live baits. Here’s how to rig these fish to insure they stay alive and effectively attract other fish.
Effectively Free Lining A Live Shrimp
Live shrimp is a great bait for inshore species. Here’s how to rig them so they stay alive and work for you.
Free Lining Herring & Mullet
Live Herring and Mullet are two very popular bait fish on the southeast coast. Learn how to rig them properly and make them much more effective.
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