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“There’s one 12-pounder that hangs around that rusted piling, and another 8-pounder just past it; maybe more down the beach.” Mike said, dropping me off on the narrow sliver of land outside the harbor. “They’ll be along the dropoff, in about two feet of water. I’ll pick you up on the far end after we drift the coral bar.”
Calling it an island is exaggeration. It’s really more of a spit: a collection of fractured coral, sand trash and naupaka...
Earlier this spring on Wired To Hunt we profiled a seriously successful DIY public land bowhunter name Joe Elsinger in one of our Q&A blog posts. And what he had to share was so interesting that I then invited him to later join us as a guest on the podcast. As I figured it would be, that episode was jam-packed with helpful insights into targeting mature bucks. So naturally, I wanted more. And fortunately for us, we’re going to get just that. This...
Sam Rayburn. Okeechobee. Castaic. Erie. St. Clair. Rainy. Lake of the Woods. Wollaston. Pyramid. True lunkers have long bestowed lure and lore to some of North America’s most esteemed lakes that are better described in hundreds of square miles than mere acres. Simply put, big waters have big reputations for big fish. It’s an easy association to make—if you want to catch bigger fish, head for bigger lakes. But, if middle school statistics taught...