What tuna fishing tips can you tell me?

What tuna fishing tips can you tell me?

The most important tip is get on the water at false light. This is before the sun comes up. You should plan to spend the entire day on the water. It might take you this long to catch a tuna. In many cases, the tuna will bite early, but in some cases, they will wait until later in the day. One important thing to remember is to keep your trim tabs up. The tuna will sometimes move under the boat after you fight with it, so keep your trim tabs up. On rough weather days, troll for tuna. Use a colored test line. Then you should use something to attract the tuna. Wear surgical gloves and add some ballyhoo. Always use alcohol to clean your leaders before giving the presentation to the tuna. If you see whales or dolphins, chances are the tuna are going to be in the mix. Watch the whales and dolphins and plan to bait that area for tuna. Another tip is to stay away from crowded areas. If you see a crowd, move on. You do not want that competition which knocks down your chances of a catch and tangling of tuna lines. One last thing to remember is fish days with a westerly or southerly wind instead of a day with an easterly wind. If you keep everything simple and look for the best area, you can catch a tuna. Just remember to follow the whales and dolphins if you want to see tuna,

Daniel Eggertsen
Dan Eggertsen is a fellow saltwater fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on saltwater fishing since 2004.

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