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How do you catch King mackerel from a pier?

Asked: Alexandra Thibault, Last Updated:

The proper technique to fish these live baits at the pier is drifting the live baits off the end of the pier. You will want to cast up wind and let the bait drift down wind and down current. Then reel up and repeat. Do not use a weight or float on this rig.

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