In today’s fishing video, I share with you all three different fishing techniques that will help you catch more fish species! I apply those techniques to a fishing spot where I haven’t really been successful in the past…and Ladies & Gentlemen — the results were outstanding.
[December 14th, 2020 (Fishing Session Number 85)]

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🎣…Albeit this video was shot in Palm Beach County, FL, these fishing techniques are universal. In other words, these techniques will work in any “reef environment” all around the world — from the reefs of Florida, to the wrecks of the Pacific, to the shores of the Keeling Islands, and so on.
🎣…I forgot to add the Puffer count to my overall list in this fishing video. 😬 But worry not, for it will be added in the next YouTube video. As a gentle reminder to all my viewers, every single catch — from the tiniest to the most exotic species — are counted in my annual catch log.
🎣…On that same day, I was checked by a Florida Game and Wildlife officer for my fishing license. And as a matter of fact, I was checked three times for my fishing license during this fishing trip — two times when I was on the Deerfield International Fishing Pier. The bottom line is: if you are fishing out-of-state, never forget to always buy the appropriate fishing licenses that you need!

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Rod: PENN Pursuit Rod, 7’0″, 2 pcs, Medium (, and the Daiwa Kage Rod, UL, 5’6″, 2 pcs ( — it sold out after I recommended it to the Inner Circle).
Reel: PENN Slammer III, 4500 model (*), and the Shimano Sedona FI 500 model (*).
Line: Power Pro Spectra, Vermillion Red, 30lbs test line (*), and Berkley Vanish 100% Fluorocarbon, 4lbs test line (*).
Bait/lures: For micro-fishing, a size 18 Mustad Hook (*) under a Water Gremlin lead splitshot (*). For Snapper fishing, a size 6 Mustad Hook (*), sometimes under a Water Gremlin lead splitshot. For Needlefish fishing, a size 10 Mustad Hook (*). And finally, for the Barracuda, a size 4 Gamakatsu Hook (*) tied with 30lbs KastKing Fluorokote Fluorocarbon line (*), attach to the main line via an Eagle Claw brass swivel (*). For bait, pieces of shrimp and squid for the smaller pieces, and live Mojarra for the gamefish.
Tools: Takamiya H.B. Concept, Black, 21 cm. model Live Well (*), Oakley Bottle Rocket Polarized Sunglasses (*), & SuMade 100% Waterproof Socks, Solid Black, Medium Size (*).

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Photo Camera: Sony Cyber-Shot, Exmor, 18.2 megapixels. (*)
Filming Camera: GoPro Hero 4 Silver (*)
External Microphone: Movo GM100 Lavalier (*)
Camera Stand: Smatree Selfie Stick (*)

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