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Jun 20, 17 06:05 AM
Just a thought, but wouldn't your time be better spent catching good fish with salt water fishing lures, than messing around trying to collect your own bait?
Dec 01, 15 07:03 AM
Of all trolling lures, saltwater fishing spoons are the most robust and will resist all attempts by toothy predators to destroy them. So its well worthing having a few proven ones aboard
Nov 29, 15 05:27 AM
These saltwater fishing techniques catch fish. Trolling, jigging, drift fishing, bottom fishing, surf casting. They are all explained here, in detail