Join us to talk tackle 🎣with Steve Carson. We will be talking 5 Outfits: Don’t Leave the Dock without set-ups. He’ll review the necessary outfits for fishing small yellowtail to big bluefin.
Welcome to a new segment we are calling “Catching up with Anglers!”
We love to stay in touch with our Searcher family to share 🎣fish stories, recreate the excitement, swap tackle tips, reunite with old friends and maybe make new ones. We thought it would be fun to see how our anglers are holding up and share some of their stories. Hopefully they can give you ideas of things we can be doing with your time or help you feel better. Let’s catch up with an angler.
Today we have a special, long-time Searcher family member. Plus she is one awesome lady angler.
(Photos taken before Covid 19 requirement of masks and distancing.)
What’s your typical day like?: Now? Crazy. Covid!? Nothing is routine and we are seeing more tragic deaths and deathly ill people every day. I get up, drive to my office in Harbor City, answer some emails, review labs, see patients all morning. At noon I listen remotely to the day’s Covid tallies and learn the latest Covid info hot off the morning’s press releases. Afternoon is more patients, emails, calls, labs etc.
Share your best tackle tip: A sharp hook will scratch your fingernail easily. Check this with every one you tie on and after any fish that gives your hook back.
Bucketlist fish/fish you haven’t caught but want to? WHITE SEABASS!!!!
Tune in Live to Let’s Talk Hook Up this Sunday 1/10 (7-9 am) to hear the tribute to Jack Nilsen. Captain Art will be calling in to talk about Jack and Accurate Fishing. Let’s Talk Hook Up will be having Doug and David Nilsen in studio. They also request that people that knew Jack call in and tell stories and tributes. If you would like to participate the call-in line is 231-432-1090 on Mightier 1090AM.
Today is Tackle Tip Thursday! (First one of the New Year.) Today we have special guest Captain Ryan. Ryan gives us a great Tackle Tip. He walks us through how to tie a Surgeon’s Knot. (Monofilament “mono” to fluorocarbon connection knot.) Thank you so much Izorline Fishing Products and Captain Ryan!
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