Happy Tackle Tip Thursday! Today, we have our first Ask an Angler edition. Who better to get more great Tackle Tips from than our very own anglers? It’s an Angler to Angler perspective. Daren C, a Searcher angler, gives us the rundown on what works best for him on a 3-day trip for yellowtail. Daren has a 7.6″ rod, a Shimano Thunnus 8000 reel, 65lb braid, and 65lb fluorocarbon leader. Want more Tackle Tips? Reel in the Tackle Tips Here.
Today we have a very special guest, Lori from Turner’s Outdoorsman. Tackle Tip Thursday is all about first-time fishing and great tackle suggestions for any angler The Shimano Colt Sniper is a must have for any tackle box. The Shimano Colt Sniper is excellent for yellowtail or tuna, and the heavy Colt Snipers are great for bluefin. If you have more questions or want to talk tackle, Lori and the Searcher crew will be at Turner’s Outdoorsman in San Marcos for a free seminar and raffle. Come join us at 6:30pm tonight (7/11.)
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Happy Independence Day! Today, we have Captain Mike talking red, white and Bluefin fishing. Captain Mike gives us the run down on sinker rig fishing. Things you will need include rubber band, 6-8oz torpedo sinker, and 60-80# line. Happy 4th of July and best fishes.
Today we are tackling bluefin tuna. The must have lure for bluefin is the flat fall. Art goes over two of the top flat falls that tuna are bitting right now, the SK-250g flat fall and Nomad-320g flat fall. You can get these bad boys at Fisherman’s Landing Tackle Shop or Turner’s Outdoorsman. (p.s. We do have them on board.)
Today is not only Tackle Tip Thursday it is the official start of the Searcher Season! One of our amazing Team Searcher crewman Ryan is gracing us with a great Tackle Tip for you. 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 Ryan!
Today’s Tackle Tip Thursday is all about Father’s Day. We have a bonus Tackle Tip Thursday with Ocean to Galley this week. We have Tommy and Catalina Offshore Products who gives us an easy delicious meal for dad using frozen fish he had left over, or you have left over. Quick, easy and delicious. Plus you can use the fish that is taking up room in your freezer for the new season. Our crew approved.👍👍 Thank you so much Tommy and Catalina Offshore Products!
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On this Tackle Tip Thursday, we are talking rail rods. It’s a commonly asked question. What’s the difference between rail rods and conventional rods? Captain Art gives us the run down on rail rods. The rail rod featured in this Tackle Tip Thursday is a Seeker OSP-1×3. Thank you to Seeker Fishing Rods for the rod.
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