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  • Sinking Stickbaits for Bluefin Tuna

    Sinking Stickbaits for Bluefin Tuna

    If there is a more discerning big game species than the bluefin tuna, we haven't meet it, yet. There are so many variables that go into getting bites from this amazing species. The concept of precision cannot be stressed enough. Knowing everything you can about using sinking stickbaits for bluefin tuna will make your time on the water that much more productive. Once bluefin tuna start smashing baits near the surface, invariably birds will show and crash the party. This is when you need a lure that can be cast accurately to distance and that will get down in the water column quickly. This is the prevent birds like shearwaters from snatching out of the water. This is just the beginning. Your sinking stickbaits needs to be the right size and color, especially similar to whatever baitfish the bluefin are feasting on, if you want bites. Seth Hartwick has the experience, tactical knowledge and confidence to help make your fishing more productive. Learn from him about lure sizes, making natural presentations, reading what the birds are doing to help make strategic casts, how to rig sinking stickbaits the best way, what make for optimal bluefin tuna hooks and why being precise in every aspect of your fishing is so critical. He will also provide great insight into the reels and rods that are required to wrangle these super powerful fish. Nothing in left out. Line, leaders, knots and connections, necessary gear to have and all the specs are served up. This fishing video is a great learning tool for any fisherman interested in casting lures to bluefin tuna.

  • Topwater Lures for Bluefin Tuna

    Topwater Lures for Bluefin Tuna - Seth Hartwick

    Our topwater lures for bluefin tuna fishing video with Seth Hartwick is a must watch for any angler looking to advance their learning curve. Seth is member of a very elite group of globe trotting big game anglers that thrive on wrangling reef donkeys and big tuna. He has access to lots of tried and true tuna fishing information. He is also super experienced at targeting big tuna and is generally a damn savvy fisherman. Bluefin tuna possess incredible strength, super keen eyesight and perhaps the most discerning feeding tendencies of any fish in the oceans. One thing we know for sure is that they love to corral bait at the surface and gorge on it. Having the smarts to know where to position your boat, lure placement relative to fish movements, what lures to fish and the tackle needed to withstand a beating comes with experience or the ability to learn from someone else's experience. You have just that opportunity. Seth is here to share his insights on works and what doesn't. The right bluefin tuna lures are some of your most valuable tools, if you love to cast. Learn what to look for in lures. How should they dive and swim. What do you want in a lures bubble trail. How you rig you lures, what type of split rings, swivels and tuna hooks you use is so important. There really are some key lure rigging techniques that if fouled can cost you the fish of a lifetime. Seth goes into great detail on this, as well as his go to reels and rods. Casting ability and lifting power are critical in a rod for this type of bluefin tuna fishing. Take the time to learn from one of the best tuna fishermen in the world.

  • Bluefin Tuna Fishing Video

    Giant Bluefin Tuna Fishing Nova Scotia

    The cold waters of the north Atlantic hold some giant bluefin tuna. Nova Scotia is one of the coolest places to target the biggest of the big bluefin, due to the relatively shallow fishing grounds. In this In The Spread fishing video, RJ Boyle and Any Moyes break down how to bait and fish these giant fish. You will learn about the heavy custom tackle used, the specialized rigs and baiting tactics that allow you to almost hand pick the fish you want to battle. See what it takes to gear up for these hogs and what it takes to battle big bluefin tuna. Even though fishing is Nova Scotia is unique, given the inability of fish to dive deep, the techniques and knowledge being shared can be applied elsewhere. Learn from a few of the best big game fishermen in the world how to catch giant bluefin tuna and fish smarter.