’Tough fishing’ doesn’t mean no fish; top pro advice for landing ‘em

When the fishing gets slow during the hot summer months we call it the “summer doldrums.” But during the winter months, when the fishing gets slow, we just call it tough fishing. And that is what we are experiencing right now. Tough fishing!

The offshore fishing is as tough as it can get. But for the fishermen willing to put their time in and try as many techniques as possible, some quality fish can be caught. Large king mackerel are being caught by anglers fishing with live large threadfin herring, pilchards, ballyhoo and goggle eye jacks.

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