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Old 04-09-2016, 06:49   #61
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Re: Trolling for Tuna, One Line or Two?

Originally Posted by Bulawayo View Post
Ken, are you using a hand line, a reel, or a rod and reel? Is the issue that something is taking your lure or you are simply not getting bites to start with?
We have found certain types of lures to be more effective than others with selected fish.
Dont ask me why but our large pale pink rubber squids and pale blue ones seem to catch more than all our other types of lures combined. We generally pull ours just below the surface. We have several rods and heaps of reels but seem more successful with just a 50 meter piece of line wrapped around a some scrap ply.
I also had luck using light blue squid. No the problem is not getting in enough time fishing.

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Re: Trolling for Tuna, One Line or Two?

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No luck snce, but I've only had two opportunities. I did purchase a second rig for next season
I've only had anything much down below the canaries.

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Re: Trolling for Tuna, One Line or Two?

Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach him how to fish and he will sit in a boat & drink beer all day.

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