Deep Drop Fishing FAQ

Deep drop fishing is a type of fishing where anglers fish for species that live in the deep water column, often using heavier lines and sinkers than they would when fishing in shallower water. Deep drop fishing can be done from a boat or from the shore and can be done using traditional methods like bait and tackle, or with alternative methods like jigs or lures.

Species that are commonly targeted by deep drop anglers include snapper, grouper, swordfish, and halibut. Drops can range in depth from hundreds to thousands of feet, and the type of gear used often depends on the depth being fished. Baits such as squid, cut bait, or whole baitfish are common choices, and lures can also be effective.

Deep drop fishing can be an incredibly rewarding experience, providing anglers with the chance to target some of the biggest and most impressive fish in the ocean. It can also be challenging, particularly when fishing in deep water, so it is important to be well prepared before heading out. With the right gear and a bit of knowledge, deep drop fishing can be an enjoyable and productive way to fish.

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How to make deep drop weights?
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How to deep drop for grouper?
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How to deep drop for swordfish?
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How to find deep drop spots?
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How to make deep drop rigs?
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What is deep drop fishing?
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