“Your only as good as your Network” By Darren Dorris

    Duane Diego with a nice Bluefin Tuna the result of working with his small network I have a scheduled tuna charter tomorrow. I should be prepping rigs, checking the drags on my Accurates and readying boat right? Instead I am doing something MUCH more important, I’m on the phone. Having all your gear ready and baits prepped is important, but not as important as WHERE you are going to put them in the water to catch. it’s a big Ocean...

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Shades of Blue on the East Cape with Mark Rayor

Now thats a Blue Marlin.   The bite down south dried up so there are not many footballs. Tuna are on porpoise schools 20 to 30 miles off shore from north of Punta Pescadero spreading south to below Los Frailes. It has not been hard to find porpoise but only about one out of ten schools are holding tuna. Then when the right one is found the fish are very spooky. Kite fishing has been deadly when conditions are right but...

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July East Cape Report from Jen Wren

              Once in a while entering thumb print recognition on my iPhone I hold the button down to long and the female voice from Siri asks "how can I help you". Sometimes I can't help myself and ask her crazy questions like whats for dinner or how about a date. The other day I asked "where is the best place to catch a marlin?" It wasn't surprised when she responded Los Cabos, Mexico is the best marlin fishing in...

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“Turks and Caicos: Paradise Found” By Capt. Justin Suarez

    Our guide with the gold at the end of the rainbow. All smiles. Yellow taxi cabs zipped by with the sounds of angry and impatient drivers shouting and honking their horns trying to make their way into the departure lanes at the Jet Blue Terminal in JFK. Normally I would be in the mix of these maniacal drivers stressed out trying to find a spot where I could wait to pick up a friend or family member without being asked...

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Finding the Fluke with Justin Suarez

When fishing for Fluke (Paralichthys dentatus) or Flounder depending where in the United States you are located it all boils down to determining what techniques and baits you should use at your given location. In NJ our waters are teeming with Fluke in water depths that range as shallow as 3 feet of water to as deep as 90-100 feet of water with water temperature playing a vital role in finding these beautiful flatfish. Contrary to what most anglers think...

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2016 Fred Hall Long Beach, the Show of Shows.

  Team Accurate with Lawrence "Squig" Quigley of Fishworks fame. This upcoming week starts the southern California's Premier fishing show, the Fred Hall Show at Long Beach Convention Center. If you love fishing and hunting or anything to do with the outdoors this is the place to be. The show will run from March 2nd to March 6th, Wednesday through Sunday with  hours 1 to 9:00 week days, 10 to 9 on Saturday and 10 to 6 on Sunday. This show offers...

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