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Feb 10, 21 08:46 AM
Well, it may sometimes help when surfcasting, but shore fishing includes angling from the cliffs, rocky outcrops, from piers and breakwaters, in estuaries and marinas ...
Feb 10, 21 08:33 AM
Fishing Sabiki Bait Rigs is the smart way to catch mackerel and saltwater baitfish. Cast from the shore, or jigged from a drifting boat, a string of Sabikis will often get you several at a time
Feb 10, 21 08:31 AM
Many specimen fish have been caught at rock fishing venues, but you do need to take a great deal of care. And even using specialist rigs you can expect some tackle losses