Trolling To Catch Tuna

Try to resist fishing moving schools of tuna. They are simply going to outrun you, and they just do not bite well when they are on the move like that.Look for hags (shearwaters). They can be sitting on the water or flying, but as long as they are there, something is about to take place and there are going to be some tuna in the area.

Consider using detachable stingers. It is much easier to change sizes and colors if you use detachable stingers. Definitely worth your investment and they ar easy enough to useand benefit from.

Try using birds in your spreader bars, because the birds fly and rotate better,which camouflages it better making it look like busting bait. It also does not plow like some other presentations will.

Above all, don’t be scared to experiment. Fishing is always a trial and error endeavor and tuna fishing is no exception to that rule. If you know tuna are in the area, and you are not having any luck, keep making changes until you do.

Happy Fishing!

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Daniel Eggertsen
Dan Eggertsen is a fellow saltwater fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on saltwater fishing since 2004.

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