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This Sport Fishing video from Dan Hernandez gives you the tip of the day on catching lobsters and that is preparing the bait. ...
The more you prepare with your bait, the better the catch could be.
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Den Hernandez: For this week's tip of the week on how to catch lobsters like this one, Jason and Benn will be given it to us.
Benn: This weeks' tip of the week as we started tonight we started setting our ten nets out in a wide area and that's a good way to figure out where the lobsters are during the night. It's a great way to litmus test where the bugs are.
The first two nets that didn't produce we pick them up and we left them in the boat until we figured out where we actually put some nets with bugs in them. Then we would concentrate our nets around that area and as you can see we ended up with the pretty good haul for the night.
Den Hernandez: One other tip, I would point out which is maybe public doesn't know about or viewers don't know about is the way he had those big cages rigged up. What's the tip on that?
Jason: We put some time into prepping so that we not out here spending a lot of time filling bait cages up. It takes a lot of time stuff and make it sure that they are full.
Den Hernandez: Or even catching the bait.
Jason: Or catching the bait that's a good point. If we didn't have bait we'd have to still catch it and then stuff the cages that's might take you a couple of hours if you could even make bait. So, doing the prepping before we have more time to do the hooping.
Den Hernandez: Yeah, that's a great tip. Thanks a lot Jason.
Jason: Thanks Den.
Den Hernandez: Thanks Benn, I had a great time out here.
Benn: Thank you.
Den Hernandez: This is fun we have a great successful day. We are only out here for a few hours less than three hours and we end up with the eight lobsters, some really nice crabs, big beautiful one here that I had the privilege of brining up. Just awesome, my first legal one that I brought up here is cool. Just great time on the water.
Well, I am Den Hernandez for Benn and Jason hoping you enjoys this weeks' episode of Sport Fishing. I hope you join us next week when we go looking for more of the best in Sport Fishing.