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Catch Shares Editorials

Please keep yourself informed of the plot hatched by the Environmental Defense Fund and put in motion by NOAA Administrator Jane Lubchenco to privatize our marine resources and either lease or sell the fish back to domestic commercial and recreational fishermen for the enviros profit and control of the fishery.

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Editorial

January/February 2015

"Clock-Watching & Sneaky Maneuvers" By Karen Wall

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Features

"tuna in sight? break out the spoons"

spoons

When tuna are being finicky, feed them a spoon. You'll be pleased with the results.

"7 surface signs of pelagics"

dolphins

We're used to relying on our electronics for so much offshore, but putting your eyes and powers of observation to use will make you a better fisherman.





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Crimping Correctly

"crimp my style"



Crimping correctly — on your leaders and other line elements — can make the difference between a happy ending and a lost fish. Here's how to do it right.