Even if you consider yourself someone with a fine-tuned knowledge of deep sea fishing, the opportunity is always there to learn a thing or two you may wish to add to your repertoire. Whether you’re a pro or someone who doesn’t know the first thing about what to do with a fishing rod, these tips may come in handy.
When it comes to saltwater fishing, the low visibility means it may prove harder to spot a sea dweller. It’s worth practicing the habit of using lures that are brightly colored as these will make it easier for fish to spot, which means you have a greater chance of making a catch.
This one we’ve mentioned before but it bears repeating: be patient. If it seems like there aren’t any fish grabbing your line, refrain from immediately moving to a different spot. Particularly when it comes to big game fish, it may be a while before the fish will start to notice your lure. You may find that being patient and staying in one place will yield better results.
Have you noticed a colony of seagulls swooping down into the ocean? This may indicate that there are game fish dwelling in the waters. If feeding activity is active, the odds are high that you may find fish willing to snag your lure.
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, fly fishing Miami, or to book a sport fishing charter Miami Beach trip, please call 305-582-5445.