Menu
Cart 0

Tackle News and Fish Reports

Tackle Chat

Posted by Capt. Ken Lahr on

Customers frequently come to me and state "When I am trolling for Yellowfin Tuna, I never seem to be able to get more than one hookup.  It is usually the WWB (way way back) line.  What should I do?".  This scenario is presented far too often and deserves some discussion.  Feel free to comment ho what works for you, here is how we fish the Canyon Draggin   When trolling for Yellowfin Tuna, the WWB is almost always a big (7 to 13" Bird) followed by a squid chain with a green machine slammer style stinger.  The job of the...

Read more →

Canyon Draggin' Charters

Posted by Capt. Ken Lahr on

The Canyon Draggin' is running shared catch charters.  We typically have three open seats every trip we run.  The reduced cost for these trips is $200.  The fish, fish cleaning and boat & tackle cleaning are all shared responsibilities.  A shared catch means that the Anglers cost is reduced because they agree to share the catch, fish cleaning and boat & tackle cleaning responsibilities.The Capt. and Mate do not expect a tip.  There are two options for fish cleaning, we can the fish ourselves or we cart it over to Sunset and split the cost of having the fish cleaned...

Read more →

Seminars, Tackle Shows and Speaking Engagements

Posted by Capt. Ken Lahr on

Don't forget this month Capt. Joe Riley will be the guest speaker at the DCMSSA meeting.

Read more →

2013 Fishing

Posted by Capt. Ken Lahr on

The Canyon Draggin has started fishing.  We have been in the bay trolling up a few rock fish here and there, but the reel story is developing offshore.  Warm water has been teasing us for the past three weeks.  It looks like there could be an opportunity to fish the Baltimore Canyon this weekend. With that in mind, the Canyon Draggin' has been gassed  and loaded.  We are launching from Ocean City at 5am Saturday if the weather allows.  We have a comprehensive fishing plan that includes deep dropping for Golden Tile fish.  For those who have fished with us...

Read more →

New Gear

Posted by Capt. Ken Lahr on

Reel Draggin' Tackle is now making Planer Boards. Planer Boards have emerged as one of the foremost components for catching fish in the Chesapeake Bay. Trolling larger spreads becomes very workable with a set of boards. The trolling rigs are set out on each side with from 2 to 6 rods on each side.  Click the picture for more information!

Read more →