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  • Barramundi Fishing with a Waxwing Lure

    Barramundi Fishing with a Waxwing Lure

    Next time you are barramundi fishing try using the new shimano waxwing lure, designed for off shore pelagic fish species it is also  great for barramundi fishing.If you enjoyed this presentation please hit the “like’ button and share it with a friend. Shimano Waxwing Calico 3 Pack There is no guess work with the Shimano Waxwing packs as the testing has already been done over many years by Shimano, matching the correct size, color and pattern to the intended species […]

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  • Waxwing Fishing Lure

    Waxwing Fishing Lure

    Waxwing lures have an erratic action and are designed for sub-surface species such as bass, yellowtail, yellow fin tuna. redfish, trout, snook, wahoo, stripper, bluefish and barramundi. If you enjoyed this short presentation please hit the ‘like” button and share it with a friend or colleague. Shimano Waxwing Calico 3 Pack There is no guess work with the Shimano Waxwing packs as the testing has already been done over many years by shimano, matching the correct size, color and pattern […]

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  • Knot Tip For Braided LIne

    Knot Tip For Braided LIne

    Here is another use for the double uni knot, tying braided line to your hook. Looks to be a very strong knot for this application. If you enjoyed this short demonstration please hit the “like” button and share it with a friend or colleague. Sea Hunter 300M SPECTRA Super Braid (328 yds (20lb green) 328 yds of extra thin, very strong, extremely sensitive braid that is great for casting and has very little memory.

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  • Double Uni Knot

    Double Uni Knot

    The double uni knot can be used to join two lines of similar diameter or in the case of joining braid to mono  double the first 3′ of braid before you tie the double uni knot. I hope you enjoyed this demonstration enough to hit the “like” button and also share it with a friend. Berkley Trilene Big Game Monofilament Custom Spool This line is extremely strong and resilient which is good when there is a need to drag the […]

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  • Different Types of Fishing Spoons

    Different Types of Fishing Spoons

    Fishing spoons are one of the most widely used lures because they catch many different species of fish in many different situations. If you enjoyed this short presentation please hit the “like” button and share it with a friend or colleague. Glo-Crazy Kenai Thunder Spoon with GloStick Technology The colors on these lures are bright and striking which helps attract more fish from  greater distances away. They are a very good glow type lure that performs extremely well in low […]

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  • Take a Kid Fishing

    Take a Kid Fishing

    Taking your kids fishing can be a great buzz, but if you are not sure where to take them try a state park, even if you live in the city you will more than likely have one near you. When you go to a state park you receive free lessons for both your children and yourself, so don’t be afraid to give it a go! These children were having great fun and so can yours. If you enjoyed this presentation […]

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  • Jigging for Walleye

    Jigging for Walleye

    If you have not tried jigging for walleye but can’t wait to try, you will need a 1/4 or 1/8 once jig head, 3″ – 4″ minnow grubs, 10lb fluorocarbon line and a 1mb graphite rod 6′ long with a spinning reel. If you enjoyed this presentation please hit the “like” button and share it with a friend or colleague. Large Walleye 13.5″ x 10.5″ Action Decal

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  • Tying the Woolly Bugger

    Tying the Woolly Bugger

    The woolly bugger is one of the more popular wet flies and is fished under the water surface. The woolly bugger has many variations and can be used on both saltwater and freshwater game fish, this presentation shows how to tie a weighted woolly bugger. If you enjoyed this presentation please hit the like button and also share it with a friend. Charlie Craven’s Basic Fly Tying Learn the basics of tying flies from a great teacher, including the basic […]

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  • Understand Your Fly Fishing Reel Features

    Understand Your Fly Fishing Reel Features

    Do you understand all the features that your fly fishing reel has, or all the features that your reel could have? This short demonstration will tell you the basics of a good fly fishing reel. Hope you enjoyed this video and are a little wiser about the choices available when choosing a fly reel. Please click on the like button and share this video with a friend.

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  • Whip Finish Fly Tying Knot

    Whip Finish Fly Tying Knot

    When you have finished making a fly you will need to tie off the thread. This is where the “Whip Finish Knot” comes into its own as it traps the thread so it can’t slide or undo itself. I hope you enjoyed this brief demonstration, if so could you please click on the like button and also share it with a friend or colleague. Matarelli Whip Finisher Style: Matarelli Standard Tie more realistic looking flies without the need of either […]

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