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  • Lake Lanier Striper Fishing – Bait Tank Prep!

    Posted by Marcus Stafford on July 4th, 2012 and filed under Fishing Bait | 8 Comments »

    How to prepare your bait tank for fishing large live baits for Trophy Stripers on Lake Lanier.

    Duration : 0:4:25

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    Sailfish Sound – BILLFISH fishing on light tackle

    Posted by Marcus Stafford on July 4th, 2012 and filed under Fishing Lures | 25 Comments »

    Capt. Blair fishes with Big Game Legend, Capt. Norm Isaacs off of Hobe Sound, Florida for sailfish.

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    Duration : 0:21:52

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    My favorite fishing line: Sunline Fluorocarbon

    Posted by Marcus Stafford on July 4th, 2012 and filed under Fishing Line | 24 Comments »

    In this video I go over some of my favorite types and brands of line.

    Duration : 0:3:46

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    Mark Berg Fishing Addiction Season 3 Highlights

    Posted by Marcus Stafford on June 29th, 2012 and filed under Fishing Lures | Comments Off on Mark Berg Fishing Addiction Season 3 Highlights

    http://www.markbergfishing.com Join Mark Berg in season 3 of fishing addiciton as he surprises fisho's around Australia to take them on a fishing adventure of a lifetime. Get more free fishing videos and enter NOW for your chance to win.

    Duration : 6 min 1 sec

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    Fishing Tips : Different Types of Fishing Bait

    Posted by Marcus Stafford on June 27th, 2012 and filed under Fishing Bait | 12 Comments »

    Different types of fishing bait include Rapala lures, bullet lures and live bait, such as herring. Find out how to use planer rods to let the bait go down 20 to 30 feet during high-speed trolling with help from a fishing trainer in this free video on types of fishing bait.

    Expert: Mark The Shark
    Contact: www.marktheshark.com
    Bio: Captain Mark The Shark is an expert on charter fishing for any type of fish.
    Filmmaker: Paul Muller

    Duration : 0:1:59

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    New Tackle & Lures For 2012 Bass Fishing

    Posted by Marcus Stafford on June 27th, 2012 and filed under Fishing Lures | 17 Comments »

    So Bass Fishing in Washington is completely over unless you have a big bass boat with fancy electronics that you can use to get out on big bodies of water and fish super deep water.

    Tacklewarehouse had a 20% off (most goods) Black Friday Sale. I decided to stock up on all sorts of goodies!

    Enjoy :)

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    Duration : 0:2:17

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    Berkley NanoFil – The Next Generation In Fishing Line

    Posted by Marcus Stafford on June 27th, 2012 and filed under Fishing Line | Comments Off on Berkley NanoFil – The Next Generation In Fishing Line

    Not a Mono. Not a Braid. The Next Generation of Fishing
    line. Berkley, Nanofil.
    The world leader in fishing line development introduces
    a NEW ultimate spinning reel line that pushes the limits
    for minimum diameter and maximum strength. Berkley®
    NanoFil™ with its thin smooth texture allows anglers to
    effortlessly cast further with unsurpassed precision. It
    will also be the first non stretch line that can be used on
    Pole, Bolognaise and Match rods.
    Salt and Freshwater Predator, Specimen, Trout and
    Coarse fisherman are going to appreciate the markedly
    longer casts using NanoFil. NanoFil allows anglers to use
    lighter line and cast further than they ever have before.
    Light presentation is a key to catching a wide range of
    species throughout the year, and NanoFil allows anglers
    to feel even the softest pickups.

    Duration : 0:4:1

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    Fish Bait: Frogfish Lures

    Posted by Marcus Stafford on June 20th, 2012 and filed under Fishing Bait | Comments Off on Fish Bait: Frogfish Lures

    For divers, frogfish hold a celebrity status ranking right up there with the hammerheads and mantas. The lie-in-wait predators are masters of deception, making use of a built-in rod and lure, to attract prey.
    Although frogfishes are built on the basic theme of a big stomach with a big mouth attached we soon discover that there is nothing basic about their fishing gear. The rod, known scientifically as the illicium, is a highly modified first spine of the dorsal fin that can be rotated freely. When not in use, which is the majority of the time, the rod and lure (esca) lay back against the body for safekeeping. Although most of the lures we examine are indeed small and irregular, a few have evolved into jewels of mimicry.
    This video is the companion piece to the full article in the upcoming issue of Alert Diver Magazine.

    Duration : 0:1:49

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    Walking Worm Fishing Lure

    Posted by Marcus Stafford on June 20th, 2012 and filed under Fishing Lures | 24 Comments »

    “Patented Lure Out-fishes Live Bait 3 to 1; Could be Banned.”
    – As featured in ‘The Wall Street Journal’ and ‘In-Fisherman’.

    Yes, this breakthrough new lure, called the WALKING WORM out-fished live bait 3:1 – and ALL other lures, after it was independently-tested by pro’s in a Florida bass tournament. It works so well, it’s now world-famous and over 10-Million have been sold.

    Why is it so effective? Well, its patented-design makes it the only fishing worm to CONSTANTLY CURL – ON ITS OWN, while in the water! Constant movement mimics the live action of a real worm (an absolute favorite food of many fish – especially BASS!).

    Constant-movement triggers a genetic strike response in predatory fish, which is why “live bait” is considered “cheating”(and prohibited) – thus the use-of live bait is almost always prohibited in tournament fishing, where prizes often go up to half a million dollars or more. It is this dynamic – within the world of competitive-fishing, which caused talk of actually banning the Walking Worm from certain fishing contests that involve winning money.

    Rest-assured that you will be amazed by your catch-rate if you fish the Walking Worm. Its manufacturer, NGC SPORTS, offers it in a variety of colors and kit-options. To read more about it, or place an order, go to their website at www.NGCsports.com/Worms – or you can call them direct at 1-800-817-5172. Good Fishin’!

    Duration : 0:1:3

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    Fish Line Strippers for Mackeral

    Posted by Marcus Stafford on June 20th, 2012 and filed under Fishing Line | 21 Comments »

    Fast, efficient method to ‘dehook’ mackeral.

    Duration : 0:3:12

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