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|06-26-2007 09:12 PM|
|LittleMissMagic||A sailboat underway seems to travel at that perfect trolling speed for fishing most of the time. If you do catch anything (I'm on a twenty year catching drought myself), you might have dinner for when you get where you are going. Besides if we sailors cared about what someone else thought we wouldn't be sailing to begin with.|
|06-22-2007 08:14 PM|
|xort||Ask that sort of question to all the over-tatooed freaks walking the streets today!|
|06-20-2007 10:16 PM|
What kind of a sailor would care?
Why would you care if it looks good. Damn! Who do you think is looking at you anyway?
|06-18-2007 05:53 PM|
It is OK on my boat ...
In fact, it was a concession I made to my wife to put rod holders on the stern rails. She is the fisherperson, not me. Using Dipsy-Divers, we troll for salmon when the winds get really light.
|06-18-2007 05:14 PM|
Here you go. Give these a spin.........
Amazon.com: The Cruiser's Handbook of Fishing: Books: Scott Bannerot,Wendy Bannerot
Hawaii Fishing Lures Official Website - Lures, Tackle, Gifts and More!: SAILBOAT LURES
Fishing for Dinner from Sailboat
|06-18-2007 05:07 PM|
Originally Posted by Giulietta
|06-18-2007 04:56 PM|
Fishing poles are heavy...
Besides with all the sea food and nice fishe reaturants along the portuguese coast...why bother???
|06-18-2007 04:56 PM|
Originally Posted by STARWINDY
I'm very careful in picking jobs where I don't need to wear a coat & Tie...especially the Tie.
|06-18-2007 04:50 PM|
|STARWINDY||i have been known to cook some of my best on-board meals with fresh caught fish and crabs...i hate when folks think that because you have a sailboat that you are an ascot wearing snob and above fishing. I have found it quite acceptable to fish with my ascot.|
|06-18-2007 04:43 PM|
Not at all. Most sailboats look better with a couple of extra sticks poking out of them anyways.....
We actually have about 16 different outfits on ours, from easy-to-use spincasters for the kiddies to h/d Penn and Shimano conventional reels and rods, a bunch of 12-15 lb. spinning combos and 5 fly rods. Plus 3 crates of tackle. But we usually troll only one rod at a time when the sails are up, 'cuz a single hook-up can be a handfull enough, while twin strikes will drive you mad.
BTW, though I enjoy using the flyrods the most, I don't use them if we're hungry. 'Cuz I still suck at it.........
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