Reading Tides Inshore

April 2014
Salt Water Sportsman;Apr2014, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p68
The article offers tips which can be applied in inshore fishing to increase catch rate which include understanding the basic concepts, the structure strategy and the use of classic ambush spots for predators.


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