D.O.A. (stands for, Deadly On Anything) Baits are awesome! I fished with nothing but live or frozen shrimp for a while and other live or dead baits. Then my buddy got me into these D.O.A. baits. Sense then I have used them quite a bit with lots of luck over the last year or so. I love how sturdy the plastic baits are. Plastic baits are a soft plastic similar to rubber.
I absolutely love my St Croix (Mojo Inshore) Fishing Rod! It is a 7′ rod with a medium heavy stiffness and a fast action. The medium heavy weight is for decent size fish. You never know how big of a fish you will catch in the Intra Coastal here in Florida. The fast action is for fast and powerful hook setting for those fish that are tough to set hooks on such as sheepshead with rows of human like teeth. Read the rest of this entry
This fishing reel is awesome. It is super smooth and powerful. It is made of high quality metals and 10 ball bearings. It pairs nicely with my St Croix Fishing Rod and the Power Pro Braided Fishing line I use. This reel really seems like it will last me many years of hard use in saltwater and catching those big fish.
I would recommend this reel to anyone that doesn’t want to break the bank too much on a reel. I have it rigged with 20lb Power Pro Braided Fishing Line with a fluorocarbon leader. Good luck in catching the big one.
There are a few different fishing lines that can be used for different occasions. I think a lot of this is personal preference to the fishermen using the line. There are some facts and opinions from me that might help you choose the right line for the right situation. Hope this helps you choose the right line to catch your dinner or your trophy fish.
Monofilament fishing line – Read the rest of this entry
I have a 2013 Gheenoe NMZ. I use this boat to fish the back waters of The Intra Coastal in New Smyrna/Edgewater Florida. I run a 9.9 Yamaha 4 stroke with a manual jack plate to give it a couple extra inches of draft in those Skinny Florida back waters. Read the rest of this entry