1. The diameter of braided line is much smaller than that of monofilament. If using braid, it is important to wrap the line around the shaft of the cork’s snaps two or three times on both the top and the bottom of the cork. […]
“I started fishing with corks while I was perch fishing in lakes and ponds around my house when I was growing up,” chuckled Kerry Audibert. […]
Kerry Audibert definitely marches to the beat of his own drummer. Almost the only inshore charter guides who don’t have trolling motors perched on their bow deck are those who specialize in live bait, a much slower way of fishing than with artificials. […]
Erik Rue’s live-bait rig is simplicity itself.
It consists of a 6-foot length of 20- or 25-pound-test monofilament or fluorocarbon. Monofilament is a little softer and easier to deal with, but fluorocarbon is more abrasion resistant when fishing around the rocks. […]
The annual Grand Isle Speckled Trout Rodeo is set for May 25-27, and there’s no better place such an event right now. Setting out from Bridgeside Marina in any direction will land you on fat and hungry trout. […]