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Texas Tackle RRL-72 Sliding Shark

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All shark tackle must be of the highest quality. High quality reels with smooth drags are a pleasure to fish with. Drags must be heat resistant since runs are long and drag pressures are high. Shimano¹s new Torium series are a good case in point. Using braided lines and the high speed retrieve of these new reels, anglers can stay on top of their fish easily during the fight. During the early season, one can catch small female blues on 12-15 lb rods. However, once the larger 6-10 foot fish show up 30-50lb rods become the norm. Extended fore grips are a must to reduce arm fatigue. 20 minute battles are not uncommon and good rod design will become evident during such a fight.

All shark tackle must be of the highest quality. High quality reels with smooth drags are a pleasure to fish with. Drags must be heat resistant since runs are long and drag pressures are high. Shimano¹s new Torium series are a good case in point. Using braided lines and the high speed retrieve of these new reels, anglers can stay on top of their fish easily during the fight. During the early season, one can catch small female blues on 12-15 lb rods. However, once the larger 6-10 foot fish show up 30-50lb rods become the norm. Extended fore grips are a must to reduce arm fatigue. 20 minute battles are not uncommon and good rod design will become evident during such a fight.

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Perhaps the most important aspect of the fishery is picking the spot and setting the drift Look for an area where there are a bunch of contour lines stacked together indicating a significant change in depth. (Wildcat Knoll 32 miles due east of Boston is a good example) When you get to the area, look for water temperature shifts and baitfish or other “action” (tuna, dolphins, etc.) and break out your best shark tackle.

Perhaps the most important aspect of the fishery is picking the spot and setting the drift Look for an area where there are a bunch of contour lines stacked together indicating a significant change in depth. (Wildcat Knoll 32 miles due east of Boston is a good example) When you get to the area, look for water temperature shifts and baitfish or other “action” (tuna, dolphins, etc.) and break out your best shark tackle.