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Since, many of us are speaking about White Marlin tactics and hopefully this year is just as good as the last two opinions are welcomed on teaser set up. Double rigger set up with squid teasers inside the dredges? Mullet vs. Ballyhoo? Swimming Mullet Chains? And also electric reel set up options? Good luck to all this year!
 

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Our typical teaser spread is a double dredge fished off each rigger from teaser rods in the cockpit and a green squid chain on 1 side and a pink squid chain fished off the other side. Both squid chains are fished in the short rigger position.
 

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Keep it simple if your not used to fishing dredges. One side green squids with a blue and white hoo on the end and one side pink squids with a blue and pink hoo on the end.

If your not prospecting your dredges on a regular basis it may not be worth fishing them. You may be better off fishing teasers you can see all the time.

Keep your spread down to 5 or 6 rods. 4 dinks and 2 big baits or 5 dinks and one big bait (artificial or bait your choice on the big baits) dinks should be naked circle hook maybe with a bit of bling.

If your crew sucks don't fish for ******. If your crew is attentive then you'll enjoy it allot more. You can substitute a big bait for a wahoo bait on a planer but marlin fishing is a commitment.

Any day you can see 4 billfish or catch a blue one and see some ******'s is a great day.

And I hear they are pretty good smoked too.
 

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Our typical teaser spread is a double dredge fished off each rigger from teaser rods in the cockpit and a green squid chain on 1 side and a pink squid chain fished off the other side. Both squid chains are fished in the short rigger position.

I second this
 
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