After seeing the effectiveness of spreader bars trolling for tuna in the Mid-Atlantic, Bill Pino decided in 2004 to try using full body squids as bait. The result was Squidnation fishing lures, which are now used up and down the Atlantic coast. Their Rasta spreader bars remain a hot ticket, as they are made from stainless steel and pull squid baits that cause all the commotion you need. Their lures have also proven effective on dredge bars, which light up the ocean waters and will have billfish practically pushing each other out the way. And the award-winning line of Flippy Floppy daisy chains will spur aggressive reactions out of target game. Find these along with replacement baits with help from our staff fishermen who have used them.
WEST COAST YELLOWTAIL, YELLOWFIN, AND BLUEFIN FISHING REPORT
Tue, 5 Nov. 2019
Spirits were high, as the yellowfin counts earlier in the week were "limit style". Last weekend had an old buddy in town who wanted to fish, so we jumped on a two day trip out of Oceanside. Spirits were high, as the yellowfin counts earlier...