I am keeping the films a bit shorter and to the point as that is what seems to be desired with everyone's busy schedule. I will be discussing picking the right marlin lure for the tackle chosen. Putting out large lures on lighter tackle is not always the best approach. You need to understand that some smaller headed lures with a cupped face and jets can look larger in the water than bigger lures and actually improve your hookup to catch percentage. When putting together a mixed spread of baits and lures you want the blues to come to the lures fished up short on the larger rods and the sails to eat the medium ballyhoos at the other locations in the spread. When trying to get a blue to come to one spot in the spread you must set up correctly for it.