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post #10 of Old 10-26-2013
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Re: Fishing

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Originally Posted by Minnewaska View Post
A buddy does many deliveries to Bermuda and the Caribbean. He has what resembles a hose reel with zillion pound test on it. It clamps to the pushpit. He pays it out and just cruises along. When a fish bites (and one always does eventually on multi-day passages), they just drag it until it gives up and they reel it in. I've seen pics of tuna and other species. It's not a Sunday morning fishing trip to get your mind off things, it's more a commercial approach to finding food.
We call them yoyos here in Florida. Great for shore fishing, too,-easy to manage, and casts a l-o-o-o-n-n-g way out.

Plastic Yoyos

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