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Old 08-17-2015, 10:19 PM   #1
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Default Teach us how to tournament kingfish

We mainly fish inshore tournaments but eventually we wanna fish the SKA. Having said that, we need practice and a lot of knowledge. We have been fishing recreationally for kings for a few years but want to absorb some knowledge from someone that knows a lot about the sport of kingfishing. We are thirsty to learn and what we really want to do is have someone teach us. We have a small offshore boat that we can use or if someone would be kind enough to take us on theirs. Honestly we will pay someone , buy beer , clean your boat every weeks, fill your boat one time , or all the abkve!! We do not want your spots at all we just want to kno tips tricks and tactics and how to locate the fish. If anyone knows of anyone that is interested, preferably someone that has tournament experience but not limited to the weekend warrior please message me or call me 8505728273

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Old 08-17-2015, 10:37 PM   #2
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What boat are you planning on fishing tournaments out of? Those king guys run some crazy nice go fast CC.
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Old 08-17-2015, 10:44 PM   #3
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someone posted this video a while back about kingfishing. hope you enjoy! and hopefully someone will teach you what you are looking for

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someone posted this video a while back about kingfishing. hope you enjoy! and hopefully someone will teach you what you are looking for

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TJntzEPAn4
That is awesome, and I have fished SKA tournaments before.
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Old 08-17-2015, 11:27 PM   #5
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Honestly right now we arnt fishing ska tounrees , but we are going to start fishing more offshore tournaments, once we all get out of school we will get one of them nicer boats, but for now we just want to learn and practice and get good. The perks of the bigger boats obviously is speed, range , fish ability among other perks, but in a 20-22ft boat we should be able to learn a good bit... For now and get better.
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+1 for video that's good stuff
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If you aint gotta big, go fast CC, and plenty of $$ to burn your wasting your time. It used to be fun to tourny fish, but the older i get, the less need i have to prove to others i can fish.
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I've caught plenty of Kings in a 17ft Bay boat on a $60 rod and reel. I always laugh at the SKA guys with all of their "gear" haha

That video was F'ing EXCELLENT!!! I blew milk and chocolate chip cookies out of my nose!
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Well if yall know anyone that would like to help some college kids out let me know!! Like I said we arnt fishing ska now just want to learn before we dive in
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It's better to be lucky than to be good...


But the best way is to befriend a few commercial kingfishermen so you get an idea where the fish are..

Without this you will be running blind.


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