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The Best Dolphin Tactics Dolphin fishing can be the one of the best experiences that someone can have You could always pay between three up to five hundred dollars to a charter boat captain to take you out but if you follow these three easy steps you and yours will have the catch of the day By choosing the right time of year preparing your baits as well as your gear and finding the area were the fish are gives you the basic preparations you as a skipper must do before the trip out Fishing for dolphin in Florida is really not that difficult Ive learned that dolphin fishing can be year around but the finest dolphin action is sandwiched between the months of April and September Of Marathon in the Florida Keys around mid-May you will learn that if the Gulf Stream is in between eight to twelve miles meaning that you wont have to go out that far to find the fish Although a trip of fifteen to twenty five miles at some point of the season is necessary Finding the fish most of the time is not a problem however not being prepared will coast you even if sculling dolphin surround your boat Being prepared is a must Your live baits ready to use your dead bait fresh and all your tackle must be ready for the type of fishing that you are your crew will do on that day Talking from experience live Pinfish and sardines are the ideal live bait for dolphin not to mention that four to ten different jigs no matter the color is a good accessory to have on board Light spinning tackle between fifteen and twenty five-pound test and a couple of heavy-duty reels between 30 and 60 pound test should do the job Looking for birds patches of seaweed and debris are basically the things that you look for when heading out into
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