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Bennett DVD - Rods, Reels, And Rigs For The Saltwater Angler

Item # 80720
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Key Features

  • Covers a wide spectrum of fishing topics

  • Great learning tool for any avid fisherman


Our Price   $29.99

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bennett_marine_video Selecting the right tackle can be a challenge. With so many options to choose from, it can be difficult to determine what is right for your style of fishing and the species you are targeting. This program covers the spectrum of saltwater tackle and rigs, from inshore to offshore, with detailed focus on specific tips and techniques to get the most out of your tackle. Professional captains and experienced anglers provide in-depth instruction including choosing the right rod, matching rod and reel, line selection, the correct way to spool line, set drags, and reduce line twist, matching your tackle to your quarry, bottom rigs, topwater plugs, trolling, outriggers and downriggers, plus classic lures and rigs that will consistently put fish in the box!

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