Russ Luhm carefully unhooks a Spanish mackerel that struck a lure. Most anglers use trolling spoons, which can diminish the fun of catching Spanish mackerel, which are small saltwater game fish.
Russ Luhm carefully unhooks a Spanish mackerel that struck a lure. Most anglers use trolling spoons, which can diminish the fun of catching Spanish mackerel, which are small saltwater game fish. Mike Marsh
Russ Luhm carefully unhooks a Spanish mackerel that struck a lure. Most anglers use trolling spoons, which can diminish the fun of catching Spanish mackerel, which are small saltwater game fish. Mike Marsh

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