Tackle Tip Thursday

Tackle Tip Thursday Vol. 53 (Surgeon’s Knot)

June 20th, 2019|Capt Art's Blog, Tackle Tip Thursday|

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!

Tackle Tip Thursday Vol. 52 (Father’s Day Edition)

June 13th, 2019|Ocean to Galley Recipes, Tackle Tip Thursday|

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!

Finished product.

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Tackle Tip Thursday Vol. 51(Rail Rods)

June 6th, 2019|Capt Art's Blog, Tackle Tip Thursday|

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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Tackle Tip Thursday Vol. 49 (Five Star Fish Processing)

May 23rd, 2019|Capt Art's Blog, Tackle Tip Thursday|

Today, we have Drew from Five Star Fish Processing. With some helpful tips on processing your catch. Biggest tip we get from all the processors is make a reservation. Thank you so much to Drew and the crew at Five Star Fish Processing for giving us great tips and letting us see the process. 👍🎣

Tackle Tip Thursday Vol. 48 (Albright Knot)

May 16th, 2019|Capt Art's Blog, Tackle Tip Thursday|

Today for this Tackle Tip Thursday we have Norm From Izorline Fishing Products give us the step by step of how to tie a John Collin’s/ RP/ or Albight Knot. Thank you so much Norm and Izorline Fishing Products for the tackle tip.


Tackle Tip Thursday Vol. 47 (Bluefin Set-ups)

May 9th, 2019|Capt Art's Blog, Tackle Tip Thursday|

Today, we have Lori from Turner’s Outdoorsman in San Marcos. Lori is giving us the best set-ups for Bluefin fishing. High end set-up reel Shimano Talica 20 and Rod rated 40 to 100. Budget set-up reel Pen Fathom 2 speed 40 and Rod 80-100. Thank you so much to Lori and Turner’s Outdoorsman in San Marcos. 

Tackle Tip Thursday Vol. 45 (Secret Tuna Tip)

April 25th, 2019|Capt Art's Blog, Tackle Tip Thursday|

Today, we have Steve Carson from PENN Fishing. Steve gives us all the must haves for when you have tuna that are boiling but you can’t get them to bite–the tricks and tackle you will need to get them to bite like a Penn Fathom 2 Speed reel and an Owner 1/0 or 2/0 mutu hybrid. Thanks Steve and PENN Fishing as well as Owner Hooks for the great tackle tip.

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Tackle Tip Thursday Vol. 44 (Reel Maintenance)

April 18th, 2019|Capt Art's Blog, Tackle Tip Thursday|

Today, we have Wes from Ken’s custom reels. Wes gives us some helpful tips on how to keep are reels running right. Great tips and even better work on reel maintenance. We take our reels to Ken’s Custom Reel at the end of every season to keep them working as if they were out of the box. Make sure you are using these tips and getting your reels tuned up at the end of the season. Thank you Wes and Ken’s Custom Reel for the great tackle tip. Here is Ken’s Custom Reel phone number (760) 967-7335 if you have any questions or want to take your reels in. 


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