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  1. I currently own a 7' Medium action Hurricane Calico Jack rated at a 8-17lb line weight. I'm currently considering respooling my reel that I have on the rod to carry 20lb powerpro and wondered if I would run into any problems if I were to have my line weight slightly higher than the stated capacity on the rod? I currently run 10lb mono, but have decided to switch to braid, which I currently have on another setup.
  2. hello everyone! I’m a bass fisherman from Missouri who is learning how to catch inshore redfish, trout and flounder near Charleston SC. I’ve recently started a YouTube channel and have about 20 videos of fishing the low country. if interested give them a look. The above video is my latest. The title is crazy because a guy gave me his secrete weapon to fend off no see ems. tight lines, Kerry Browning
  3. Escape on a Panama sport fishing trip and experience one of the world’s most prolific big game fishing grounds. The Gulf of Chiriquí is a treasure of Panama with big game fishing at Hannibal Bank  and Isla Montuosa. During a 3-day trip, it is possible to land marlin, sailfish, yellowfin tuna, roosterfish, and cubera snapper. Add wahoo, Mahi, bluefin trevally, snook, grouper, and amberjack to the list as well.  Here is a map of Panama top fishing spots with a selection of fish species to catch in each area. Isla Secas This is a prime inshore fishing spot located 15 nautical miles from the lodge. The Island is part of an archipelago and the surrounding waters are very biodiverse with an abundance of roosterfish, amberjacks, wahoo, barracuda, and cubera snapper. Hannibal Bank Hannibal Bank is the top-rated Offshore fishing spot in Panama. It is one of the most unique fishing grounds in the world for big black marlin. The feeding ground is 15 square miles and has an abundance of yellowfin tuna, blue and black marlins, and pacific sailfish. The Bank is located 48 nautical miles from the lodge with a travel time of 1.5 hrs. Isla Ladrones Ladrones is located 17 nautical miles from the lodge with a travel time of 50 minutes. Known as thieves Island because of its towering green mountains. The area is great for hooking roosterfish, cubera snapper, and various jacks and wahoo in this area. Further offshore, you find tuna boil and excellent trolling for Marlin and Sailfish. Isla Montuosa Located 40 nautical miles from the Lodge, Isla Montuosa is an exceptional fishing ground. Near the steep undersea pinnacles, you can find black marlin, sailfish, and snappers. When it’s the right season, it’s common to hook yellowfin tuna of up to 200 pounds, as well as some absolutely monster marlin. Guests will pop billfish, tuna, broom-tail grouper, mullet snapper on this Panama fishing trip. Isla Parida This authentic escape is only four miles from the lodge. The area is covered in luscious mangroves where snorkelers and fishermen enjoy the sights of sea turtles and dolphins swimming freely. Consequently, these fertile fishing grounds deliver amberjacks, cero mackerel, wahoo, barracuda, roosterfish, and rainbow runners. Get in touch with us for more information. We'll be happy to have you! https://panamasportfishing.com/sport-fishing-panama/
  4. A question for captains and long-time Florida fishermen : How soon after the storm will baitfish return to inshore flats? I'm expecting food shortages in my area for awhile after, and hope to put fish on the grill so we can eat. Gas and basic food will be hard to find so the flats will be my grocery store til things get back to normal.
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