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    Fishing for Tuna and Marlin on a jet ski

    Last week I went on my first trip looking for Tuna and Marlin, had a few surprises throughout the day!


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    Re: Fishing for Tuna and Marlin on a jet ski

    Nice catching man but you should keep the lanyard on anytime the skis running. I keep mine around my ankle, keeps it out of the way.

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    Re: Fishing for Tuna and Marlin on a jet ski

    Quote Originally Posted by driftmaster View Post
    Nice catching man but you should keep the lanyard on anytime the skis running. I keep mine around my ankle, keeps it out of the way.
    Maybe you should tie it around your neck !!!

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    Re: Fishing for Tuna and Marlin on a jet ski

    whats the point of fishing with a jetski?
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    Re: Fishing for Tuna and Marlin on a jet ski

    Good spotting... I sometimes get caught up in the moment and forget to use the lanyard, very bad practice I know...

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    Re: Fishing for Tuna and Marlin on a jet ski

    Quote Originally Posted by fastgtfairlane View Post
    whats the point of fishing with a jetski?
    Why wouldn't you want to fish from a jetski...?

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    Re: Fishing for Tuna and Marlin on a jet ski

    Quote Originally Posted by gcox00789 View Post
    Why wouldn't you want to fish from a jetski...?
    several reasons. very little room, bumpier ride, not very stable compared to a boat for larger fish, no live well, very little room for tackle, maneuverability on the ski, etc..

    plus when im on the jetski, I want to ride around, not fish haha
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    Re: Fishing for Tuna and Marlin on a jet ski

    In my eyes a jetski is the perfect fishing platform, specially for lure fishing. Your last statement sums it up... you get to ride AND fish so it's the best of both worlds

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