For a memorable saltwater fishing experience, it’s important to begin with the essentials: a fine reel and rod. With so many distinct options available, you may need to spend some time narrowing down your selection. Surf fishing, pier fishing, deep sea fishing, and saltwater bay fishing are a couple of examples of different types that can all be considered permutations of saltwater fishing.
Anyone that has had previous experience with saltwater fishing, there are some tips that may assist in snagging the next major catch. The Bimini Twist (also known as the Twenty-Times-Around Knot) is largely recognized as the sole knot capable of keeping its full strength regardless of existing conditions. In regards to lures, fish are known to bite best on ones that are new and have bright colors.
Speaking of lures, it may prove useful to allow the fish to grab the bait for a second or so before setting the hook, should the scenario allow. If you can see the fish, wait until the lure disappears into the fish’s mouth. If it’s proving tricky to figure out the right time to hook, do it when a significant amount of pressure can be felt from the line due to the actions of the fish.
This update is by Free Spool Sport Fishing, a custom built 43’ Sports Fisherman Free Spool at Haulover Marina offering an exciting deep sea fishing experience for anyone including families, friends or business associates. Spearheaded by Miami native Captain Dennis Forgione. We fish for many different species of fish and we specialize in kite fishing for sailfish and mahi, live bait fishing for kingfish and other game fish. For more information on sport fishing Miami or to book a sport fishing charter Miami Beach trip, please call 305-582-5445.