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The Best Offshore Angling Spots for Thousand-Pound Marlins

Posted by Eat My Tackle on 21st Nov 2017

Marlins can weigh up to a thousand pounds and catching what fishing aficionados call a “grander” is the achievement of a lifetime. It’s like pitching a no-hitter in the World Series, returning a punt for the winning touchdown in the dying seconds of the Superbowl, or winning a calendar Grand Slam in tennis or golf. While theoretically you could get lucky in your first offshore angling adventure, usually you’ll need a serious commitment along with lots of determination and tim
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Essential Saltwater Fishing Gear

Posted by Eat My Tackle on 20th Nov 2017

Essential Saltwater Fishing Gear
Millions of people go saltwater fishing, and why not? As it’s an enjoyable activity, whether by yourself or with friends. If it’s your first time to go saltwater fishing, having the proper gear is essential to attaining success. The good news is you don’t have to spend a lot of money and you can get all the equipment you need at Eat My Tackle . So here’s what you need to get started. Fishing Rods Fiberglass and graphite rods are the most common. Graphite costs a bit more than
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South Carolina’s Hilton Head Island – The Anglers’ Haven

Posted by Eat My Tackle on 17th Nov 2017

South Carolina’s Hilton Head Island – The Anglers’ Haven
So you’ve purchased the best fishing gear at Eat My Tackle, and what better place to use it than in Hilton Head Island, off the southern coast of South Carolina? It’s home to a wide range of saltwater fish species. And there’s plenty of opportunities for offshore and inshore fishing. Furthermore its lagoons is the home of black drums, the tarpon, striped bass and other types of gamefish. Fishing from the Shore One of the easiest ways to catch saltwater fish is to wade and cast in
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Getting to Know the Spanish Mackerel

Posted by Eat My Tackle on 15th Nov 2017

Getting to Know the Spanish Mackerel
While you’re shopping for fishing equipment at Eat My Tackle, it’s a good idea to become familiar with the Spanish mackerel, as it’s one of the species you’re bound to come across in your fishing adventures. Officially known as Scomberomorus maculatus, the Spanish mackerel is smaller than the king mackerel, but it is just as intense and aggressive when it’s caught on your hook. Characteristics The majority of Spanish mackerel anglers catch weigh 1 to 3 lbs. but bigger ones in the ran
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The Spectacular Tarpon

Posted by Eat My Tackle on 13th Nov 2017

The Spectacular Tarpon
You’re not going to find a lot of saltwater gamefish that can match the tarpon when it comes to performance as it latches on your hook. The silvery scales are its most obvious characteristic and it is the reason why it is known as the silver king. If you want to catch a tarpon, make sure you’ve got the right gear, and you can get that at Eat My Tackle. Characteristics There are two types of tarpon: Megalops cyprinoides in the Indo Pacific and the Megalops atlanticus in the Atla
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