May 16, 2011
Airing on the Sun Sports Network: 7/27 6pm, 7/28 5pm, 7/30 6pm, 7/31 5:30am.
Whether a bull in a china shop or an angler on a mirror-like flat, there's simply one thing to remember, don't move, much. Any unfamiliar noise or vibration can be the beginning of the end. If the fish aren't in range and you have to get closer, do anything but crank up the horses. A trolling motor will work most of the time, and a pole, if you have one, will do the job, but possibly the best strategy for catching fish is to shut down and let the tide or wind carry you into position.
This holds true offshore as well. Sometimes it's best to just get in a fishy area and simply let the wind and current do the rest. No muss-no fuss.
Segment 1 Target Species: Dolphin & Sailfish
|Host/Editor: Blair Wickstrom|
|Guide: George LaBonte, www.edgesportfishing.com|
|Rod: Shakespeare Ugly Stik Custom|
Pflueger Contender 20L
Berkley Big Game High Vis 20lbBait:
|Sponsor: Mercury Marine|
|Boat: 34' Sea Vee|
|Engine: Triple Mercury Verado 275hp|
Segment 2 Target Species:
Redfish & Trout
|Location: Mosquito Lagoon|
|Host/Editor: Jeff Weakley|
|Guide: Larry Kinder|
|Lodging: Atlantic Plaza, www.oceanianplaza.com, 386.427.4636|
All Star 7' Medium Fast
Pflueger Medalist 10lb
Old Bayside Plastic Jerkbait