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Why the GoFish Cam Is Great for Fishing Charter Captains

Running a fishing charter business is a dream career for many anglers. There’s no question that those running charters for a living got into the business because they love fishing, but it’s still a job and jobs are accompanied by responsibilities. Chief among those responsibilities is keeping the business profitable. Doing so requires consistently drawing customers to your charter, which means it’s imperative to stand out from the competition. One great way to draw in customers that comes with a ton of benefits is allowing them to take home a video of their experience to share online and promote your business. Rigging up each client’s rod with an in-line underwater fishing camera from GoFish Cam helps accomplish this. 

Top Issues Anglers Face Saltwater Fishing On Shore

There are few things that say “summer time” more than sitting on a sandy shore, drinking a few cold ones, and haphazardly tossing a line into the surf. If this sounds pretty ideal to you, then you’re in the right place. Explore these issues anglers face when saltwater fishing from shore to make your leisure time that much more leisurely (or challenging, if that’s what you want). 

Top 10 Issues Anglers Face When Casting & Retrieving - Part 2

There's nothing better than getting out on the water for a day of fishing. But one of the easiest ways to wreck that pure joy is spending the day in frustration because things just aren’t going your way. With all the components needed, there are plenty of ways a simple fishing adventure can go wrong. Help your trip go smoothly; explore these common mistakes anglers make when casting and retrieving — and don’t forget to check back to part one for even more tips.

A Video Is Worth 10,000 Casts: A Camera, Commitment, and Other Trophy Musky Musts

In accordance with the apparent unspoken law of fishing writing, the phrase “the fish of 10,000 casts” must appear at least once in any article about fishing for muskellunge. The problem with that cliché is that it reinforces the belief that a musky really is that hard to catch. That can end up turning away would-be musky-slayers who could be having a blast fighting these monstrous fish. 

But muskies are not the fish of 10,000 literal casts—or at least they don’t have to be. Like their pike cousins, they are aggressive ambush predators that will eat anything they can fit in their massive, toothy maws. Armed with the right gear, some reliable advice (research is a must), and a few new tricks (like an underwater fishing camera), you can be landing trophy muskies in short order.

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