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Twin anchors allow you to anchor sideways in the current thus maximizing your fishing area, keep the boat steady and your baits in the right place, and reduces the effect of wind and tide on the boat.
Plus you can anchor near the shore without it washing up on the beach.
When somebody says they just want to go fishing and get punished by something big and strong, the one fish that pops into my head is the Gangster of the ocean, the Giant Trevally.
For years many anglers thought the only way to catch them was with poppers thrown around isolated bommies, but over the years other methods have come to light.
Tired of getting covered in crap and jellyfish tentacles while cast netting? I sure did about 25 years ago which is why I developed a new way!!!
Now I’m not going to boast that I am the only one to use this method, because I’m sure others must have stumbled upon it.
ABOUT RYAN MOODY | FOUNDER OF BARRA BASICS, FISH SMARTER ONLINE COURSES AND RYAN MOODY FISHING CHARTERS
Ryan’s mission is to help you realise your greater potential and live the dream of fishing mastery. As well as online fishing courses Barra Basics, Threadfin Tactics and Wonky Holes, he is the founder of Ryan Moody Fishing charters and has so far put clients onto over 2000 metre plus barramundi, in addition to exceptional reef fish and numerous thousand pound marlin in a stellar fishing career. He holds the honour of landing the 2 biggest saltwater barra ever caught on Australian TV, is a guest host and product tester for Jarvis Walker Brands here in Australia, Ambassador for Garmin Marine and BRP (Evinrude), writes a regular column for Queensland Fishing Monthly (QFM) and contributes weekly to Fish Talk radio show on the ABC.