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How To Catch The Swarms of Live Bait

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Hi Fisherman,

Today you are going to find the best way to bring up hundreds of baitfish just a few minutes after the Saltwater Fishing Secret Weapon goes into the water. I'll also show you the "unbeatable" techniques of using it to catch as many fish as you want... and it's all because you signed up for my saltwater fishing information 40 days ago!

So last time (about a week ago) I talked about where (and how) to lower your Saltwater Fishing Secret Weapon into the water, at what depth, and what to expect in the 30 minutes after you drop it in...

Now what?

Well this is where the fun really starts!

First, let's talk about scooping up some of the natural live bait that's now feeding on all of the zooplankton. There will be so much bait, it's almost impossible not to catch as much as you want, but there are 2 techniques (and a special equipment recommendation) that seem to work the best.


First technique is to use a hand net... but not just any hand net. You see, most nets have metal in them (the rim) and this sends out a small "charge" into the water, which scares the fish. Not only that, but they can see the net - and they scurry away...

...YES, you can use ANY net to scoop up bait - because the water will be thick with it. But the best net to use is a "clear catch bait net".

It's invisible in the water - and has no metal in it that sends out a charge through the water.

The bait fish won't even know it's there - and before the minnows and other stuff know what hit them - they'll be inside your bait container! You can get one here:

The second (and better) technique is to use a cast, or throw net. Imagine throwing a
6 foot net over the feeding frenzy of bait fish... letting it sink a little, and then bringing it up with nearly 100 bait fish? You save time and expense when catching your own natural live bait. This is powerful stuff.

Next week, we'll go over exactly what you'll do to maximize your catches of the game fish that move in on the swarms of bait... there is something specific you'll want to do in terms of the location of your line - I'll tell you all about it next week. Or...

You can start using it for yourself here (and you'll also receive every single technique for catching fish that has ever been attempted with success while using it):

...and remember, it works for more than just saltwater fish - it works on any game fish in freshwater too! Plus, you can use it from the boat, or the shore - and you'll get results in ponds, lakes, and rivers too.

The deadline for getting one of the remaining 200 packages is rapidly approaching. This is the lowest deal ever, and when the 200 is gone - you'll have to pay more. If you want one of these amazing secret weapons - now is the best time.

Here's another saltwater fishing "case study" submitted by Woodrow in Florida.

" could actually hear them slamming into the hull of the boat..."


Here's my story...

Once "Joe" and I launched my skiff out of Daytona Beach, FL and found it was too rough offshore to get out of the inlet safely. We anchored in a small lagoon about 5-6 feet deep and turned on the Saltwater Fishing Weapon just to see what would happen while we waited for the tides to change. Joe had never see anything like this before and was amazed as minnows began to swarm in a clockwise circle. After a few more minutes there were so many bait fish attacking the minnows that you could actually hear them slamming into the hull of the boat as they slashed their way through the Glass Minnows. Then the Sea Turtles showed up and came straight at the boat and at the last second dove under the hull barely missing it.

Dolphins were just out of radius of the swarm swimming around us catching fish on the "edge". We caught so many large baitfish.... that my livewell was choking on them. We had to quit at midnight due to the livewell barely being able to keep them alive. Joe commented that as well as the Saltwater Fishing Weapon worked in shallow water he wanted nothing to do with it "offshore"! He was afraid to even think of what might be lurking underneath the boat out there in the dark.

Another friend up in the Panhandle (St. Marks area) laughed and scoffed at me for wasting my money. I finally made it up there and we went out about 9 miles in the Gulf one night. I setup the Saltwater Fishing Weapon and the baitfish rolled in followed by Squid and other critters. He threw out a live Pinfish into the "outer darkness" and immediately was on with a Kingfish. Next cast almost immediately he was on with a Cobia. Then a large Shark came in and waited patiently just outside of the radius of the swarm and once in a while would sneak in a little closer and then glide back out into the darkness. We estimated that Shark was at least 10 feet. We never could get hooked up with the Shark but did so well we didn't care. Kevin was so excited about the Saltwater Fishing Weapon he told me he had no idea something like that would work so well. When we got home the first thing he did was tell his wife he had to have the "Saltwater Fishing Weapon". She couldn't believe the change in his attitude.

Thanks so much Dan."

Woodrow Bryan
Daytona Beach, Florida

Now, in 4 days I'll be sending you Day #4 of the Saltwater Fishing Mini Course where I'll tell you about keeping "shrimp on ice"... and how this little technique can make your life much easier out on the water.

I'll see you then...

Gone Fishin'

Dan Eggertsen

President and Founder, Saltwater Fishing Secret

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