If you’re an avid angler, you go out and fish, regardless of the conditions. You don’t expect something great to happen, but time on the water is always valuable. You observe the conditions and maybe you learn something new. When you don’t have high expectations, you try different things… a new technique, a new way to rig up, maybe a different lure.

Other times, the fishing gods reward you for going out and something magical happens. Angler Andrew Benak was out prefishing for a tournament when he enjoyed one of those magical moments. It didn’t start out that way. Conditions were lousy, but he made the best of it. Get the full story from Kayak Angler after watching first-hand what happened.

Have you ever snagged two in a row like that? Tell us about it in the comments below.

SOURCEKayak Angler
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Joe is an avid saltwater angler. He grew up in Washington State on the south end of Puget Sound where he first started fishing as a boy catching perch, flounder, rockfish, and occasionally salmon. Today, Joe lives in Southern California where he fishes off beaches and jetties, kayaks, and sportfishing boats. Joe writes about his saltwater adventures in the SoCal Salty blog, and for Western Outdoor News.