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Getting past the barracuda

Looking for any advice tips for sailboat fishing/trolling. I will be chartering in the South Pacific and likely in the BVI in the near future. My goal is to find methods to get past the barracuda and into tuna, wahoo, mahi mahi, and any other good eating fish.
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Thanks Cruisingdad. Excellent recommendation. I also had someone pass this along as a inexpensive and easy way to hit the right depth when trolling. Curious if anyone else has tried these or anything similar.

http://www.offshoretackle.com/graphi...structions.pdf
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