Ron Mc wrote:he did ask specifically about a cost-effective boat for BTB.
At the very least, you gain paddling efficiency with length.
flyboy718 wrote:Thanks for the suggestions guys. I think I may just stick with the 10' Perception Pescador I have and fish it inshore for a while. I need to rig it up with some extras like lights and a fish finder. I think it would give me a better handle on what I can carry with my Toyota Tacoma. I don't want to pull a little trailer with a yak on it. I also think I might use my yak to carry out bait into the surf for shark fishing.
Neumie wrote:If purchasing those videos is not an option I recommend you pick a spot to fish and just fish that one location. Be observant.
Observe your surroundings. After a fishing trip look back at the data . Too many anglers fish on location on one day then travel to another location their next fishing trip. If you fish a different location every time you head out fishing then you miss out on so much information.
My advice; pick a one location. Fish that location, good and bad days. Be a student; be aware of your surroundings. The more you intimately know a location the more successful you become.
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