Πολλών δ’ ανθρώπων ίδεν άστεα και νόον έγνων
What is the definition of inshore fishing? Inshore fishing is defined as fishing that takes place within a few miles of the shoreline. This type of fishing can be done from the beach, from a pier, or by boat.
Live bait consists of baitfish, shrimp, crabs, or any other food source that is attached to a hook while still alive. Fishing with live bait is one of the most effective ways to get a bite because it's a natural food source and imitations are rarely better than the real thing.
Slow pitch jigging is a technique with seemingly limitless potential. Also known as slow jigging, it’s a technique that no fish seems able to resist – Grouper, Amberjack, Tilefish, and even Tuna fall victim to this high-tech way of fishing. It seems almost unbelievable when you see the size of the equipment you’re working with. But looks, as they say, are deceptive – and slow pitch jigs are masters of deception.
Drifting fishing is a technique used for catching tuna. The fishing boat drifts with the current and wind while fishing lines are deployed. This technique is used in open water 3 to 12NM from the coast line. The boat is free to move and change direction with the current and wind.
Pole spears and Hawaiian slings are the preferred weapons to hunt Lionfish. Both of these operate in a similar manner. The spear is put under tension by pulling back a rubber band. A pole spear has the rubber band attached to both the pole and spear, this allows the spear to travel only the length of the band. Exclusive Lion fish hunting trips for groups who want to help clear the reef of Lion fish as well!

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