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In this video, Jay goes over a relatively new product from Hareline Dubbin – Mangum’s UV2 Dragon Tails. These come in two sizes (small and large) and they are great for predator fish in both freshwater and saltwater environments (Bass, … Continue reading →
Gear This year’s crop of new jigs at the world’ largest tackle trade show prove that these fish-catching hunks of metal can vary greatly in shape, style and color. From the traditional to the innovative, new designs of metal and lead-head jigs at this year’s ICAST tackle trade show serve a growing saltwater market of enthusiasts.
Planning to fish up North this summer? With the limited fishing opportunities in Washington State, sports fishermen are flocking to British Columbia. The early saltwater fishing off Vancouver Island has been outstanding with excellent catches of salmon, halibut and lingcod. Unfortunately, many lodges and charters are mostly booked. Dan Brunet at Lucky Sportfishing at Eagle […]
My friends Gui Allen and Jim Buckley just returned from their annual venture to La Ventana at Gary Bulla Saltwater Adventures in Baja. I still hope to return there either later this season or next year, but for now, I’d like … Continue reading →
Gear Use the new 2- and 3-inch artificial bait strips to tip jigs and lures. Berkley's new 2- and 3-inch Gulp! bait strips come in natural-shrimp and squid colors and last longer than belly strips, the company says.
To be introduced at next month’s ICAST, the LIVETARGET Atlantic Mackerel Swimbait is said to combine biologically precise anatomical features and colour patterns with a realistic action and robust saltwater components to create a new standard in artificial lures for striped bass. Unique three-dimensional anatomical features, including fins, tail, head and eyes, couple with a […]The post ICAST debut for LIVETARGET Atlantic Mackerel appeared first on Angling International.
Scandinavian fishing tackle manufacturer, Westin, has strengthened its team in North America with the appointment of one of Florida’s best known fishing guides and tournament anglers. Captain Jay Withers, who is also the co-host of the Guidelines television programme, has joined Team Westin to increase its saltwater profile in the region. “We are excited to […]The post Team Westin appoints new team member in North America appeared first on Angling International.
How-To Three generations talk about the evolution of women in fishing. Since the 1950s, women have made great strides in the sport of saltwater fishing, from beginning the International Womens Fishing Association to gaining credentials and…
Boats New racks and systems for your main boat let you easily carry and launch kayaks and stand-up paddle boards. Sport Fishing Magazine details the latest systems and racks for carrying kayaks and SUPs on saltwater fishing boats.
ICAST veteran Tony Murphy gives it to you straight when asked whether fishing tackle retailers should attend ICAST. The owner of The Saltwater Angler, based in Key West, Florida, says bluntly: “Why wouldn’t you go? You would be stupid not to. Anyone who is in the fishing tackle business needs to go to ICAST. It […]The post ICAST? You would be stupid not to go, says top retailer appeared first on Angling International.