If you’ve never been on a deep sea fishing trip, you can expect to enjoy a thrilling experience once a fish latches onto your lure. A bit of education before you head off can make the experience even better if you do find yourself trying to reel in a big catch.
There are several types of fishing techniques, including trolling and jigging. As for trolling, it uses one or several fishing lines which are drawn through the water, often used to catch fish like mackerel, salmon, or kingfish. There are different ways of drawing this line, including a side to side sweep. If you are trolling on a moving boat, it typically involves slowly moving through the water. Trolling is not to be confused with trawling, which is an entirely different fishing method.
Jigging uses a distinct fishing lure known as a jig, with heads that may be a different color or shape. It is typically covered by a soft body to generate interest among fish. These jigs can be used in fresh or saltwater and they make vertical, jerky motions in the water to grab a fish’s attention. Jigs have also proven to be popular among a broad array of different types, which reduces the need to spend a lot of time figuring out which fish will be attracted to a certain type of 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, sailfishing Miami, or to book a trip, please call 305-582-5445.