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ARTICLES

It's always nice when mate Elio gets to lift a 60-inch bluefin that he helped clients, like Dave and Sage, deck on the boat.

GHOSTS BUSTED:
LATE SEASON
BLUEFIN

By Capt. Jim Freda

Inshore bluefin tuna may have frustrated anglers in the past. See how captains have cracked the code on these elusive fish.

The Gambler's final canyon trip of 2023 produced a solid catch of tuna in the 50- to 80-pound range.

A TRIP
TO
REMEMBER

By Capt. Bob Bogan

A slew of tuna ended the 2023 canyon tuna season on a high note. Here’s how they maximize tuna success and fun on a party boat.

Helm at low light.

DANGERS
IN THE
DARK

By Capt. Tony Gatto

Fishing and boating at night brings extra challenges. Here are reminders to maximize your safety.

The author and his fishing partners use diving plugs at slower speed to keep them in the water and draw strikes from large wahoo.

FIND A
HAPPY MEDIUM
FOR WAHOO

By Nathan Bernhard

Most wahoo fishing is done at higher trolling speeds. Here’s a look at a slower approach that keeps it exciting.

Carolyn Stash - First striped marlin with flag.


SIMPLY
MAG-NIFICIENT

By Carolyn Stash

A fishing trip to Magdalena Bay, Mexico,
leaves a group with
memories of a lifetime.
anglers with a tuna in the boat

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