Daytime Swordfishing Baits
When fishing for swordfish, the last thing between you and that swordfish is your bait, so it better be right. Who better to learn about daytime swordfish baits than the angler who has put more daytime swords in his boat, using rod and reel, than anyone else in the world, RJ Boyle.
With this 3 hour video, RJ Boyle reveals 7 of the most productive baits and how to expertly rig each of them. Learn how to rig the ladyfish, dolphin belly, silver mullet, tinker mackerel, Panama bait, double hooked squid and the bonito belly.
Ballyhoo is the standard in most bait boxes around the world. Knowing how to rig ballyhoo the proper way is an art. The last thing between you and the fish is the bait, so it better be right. Do you really want to gamble with baits that are just ok? Or, do you want the best baits rigged the proven way?
Once again, In the Spread brings you, globe trotting mate extraordinaire, Mike Tarmey to demonstrate how to rig ballyhoo eight different ways. From the tools you need to rig, how to select primo baits, how to actually rig the baits to catch fish and then how to dress them up for the dance, world famous Mike Tarmey gives it all up.
If you could only go fishing with one type of bait or lure, for any given species, it would have to be a strip bait. Whether you are targeting wahoo, dolphin, sailfish, marlin, swords, kingfish, tuna and on and on, strip baits produce. From the quintessential bonito to squid, mullet and artificial strips, everything you need to know to rig strip baits is in this video. In the Spread and RJ Boyle share with you how to expertly rig strips with single hooks, double hooks, wire, mono and a variety of different skirts. It is all here, so you can look like a hero on your next outing.
Rigging the Sickest Strip Bait
Rigging Bonito Strip Baits