If you can’t get a bite, try a fish call …
Sid Mair runs a sales team for a computer company by day, but he is never far from the water. Whether it’s fishing, water skiing, SCUBA diving, or spear fishing, Sid is always ready to get wet. One day Sid decided to take the family and the new Wellcraft out on the big pond for some mahi fishing. After a slow start, Sid broke out his secret weapon. After that, the fish were jumping in (and all around) the boat.
Sid is a watersports enthusiast and avid angler who loves spearfishing and freshwater fishing for largemouth bass. However, his favorite is offshore fishing for sailfish and mahi.
This episode takes place out of Port Canaveral, Florida.
Catch of the Day
A Wellcraft boat and some cut bait
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