Outboards vs Inboard engines, Tuna Silhouette below the hull, Aligning Shafts and more!
Matthew George: I think out of the hundred fish that we caught, 10 of them were dead bait. So, Dead bait trolling on a little eight, six beam or something. You just pull one big strip dredge down the middle, and we just prospect that dredge and you get your bites, but it's definitely not like the big boat that's for sure. We don’t even have those small outriggers, no outriggers, at all. So we'll pull the dredges just off a rod tip. I got a big Tarpon spinning rod that I use, I just pull it right off of...
Luck vs. Hard Work: The Key to Success in Sportfishing Ft. Taylor Sanford
Taylor Sanford on the significance of staying ahead of the competition in fishing by having a comprehensive understanding of water conditions. They emphasize the importance of factors like chlorophyll levels and temperature changes in determining fish behavior. While recreational fishing may be satisfied with simply catching fish, being competitive in tournaments requires a deeper knowledge of the water and its characteristics. Taylor Stanford stress the need to closely monitor the water and its movements, as making a wrong move or heading in the wrong direction can be detrimental to success in fishing tournaments. They highlight the value of being at...Read more →
Permits, Licenses, and Epic Fishing Tales With Eric Leech
In this episode of the podcast, the host and guest, Eric Leach, delve into their shared passion for fishing and their experiences on boats. Eric fondly recalls his upbringing in Fort Lauderdale, where he spent countless hours fishing with his dad. They owned a variety of boats, including center consoles and flats boats, allowing them to explore different fishing styles. Eric's father's role as the president of IGFA (International Game Fish Association) opened doors for him, exposing him to fascinating fishing stories from around the world. Curious about Eric's fishing background, the host asks if he also enjoyed pier fishing....Read more →
Winning the White Marlin Open With Dave Waren
In this episode, the speaker, Captain Big Wave, shares his journey from being a bottom fishing mate on head boats to becoming a successful captain. He talks about starting in Daytona Beach and how his love for fishing began at a young age. He also discusses his time in college and a surf trip to Hatteras that led him to discover the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center. Tune in to hear more about Captain Big Wave's career in sportfishing and the hard work that has paid off. Winning the White Marlin Open, Captain Big Wave was onboard the Floor Real when...Read more →