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Jim Mandly of RonZ lures getting it done with the Ron Z "pink worm".  Photo by Kevin Albohn

DANCING
THE
TUNA JIGS

By Capt. Jim Freda

Jigging adds pop, splash
and lots of excitement
to your tuna game.
Be ready with the gaff when you are bringing a swordfish to the boat.

TROLLING
UP
SWORDFISH

By Capts. Cody & RJ Melton

Don’t get stuck thinking your only hope of getting swordfish is going deep. You can tempt them on the surface. Here’s how.

Four different profiles will result in very different action from your hard baits and will produce very different responses from your quarry.

GOING
HARD FOR
TUNA

By Capt. Darren Dorris

See how hard baits
can enhance your
trolling spread for tuna.
A tag in a tuna provides valuable data to scientists about how far it may have traveled, now much it has grown, and more. ICCAT, the International 
Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas, tracks tuna to learn more about the habits of 
the species.

GIANT TUNA
TOURNAMENTS:
A FISHING LEGACY

By Capt. Bob Humphrey

A look at the role giant bluefin tuna tournaments play in the fishery and the
larger community.

The variety of species available to anglers fishing in Panama makes the fishing special.

PANAMA RESURGENT
WHERE MEMORIES MELT
INTO NOW

By Riley Love

A return to Panama brings reminders of why fishing becomes so many more things than just catching fish.

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