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About Captain Anthony

 

Anthony “Tony” DiGiulian is the President of Saltwater Professional Consulting. He has spent over 27 years in the sport fishing industry. Tony started his career in 1979, on his aunt and uncle’s charter boat, out of Shinnecock Inlet, Long Island N.Y. As a professional captain and deckhand, he has led anglers to over 5000 billfish captures world wide, including several ultra light world records and tournament victories.

A published writer on various subjects, Tony is a recognized expert on all types of saltwater fishing. His articles have been published in Sport Fishing magazine, Tournament Digest, Billfish magazine and he currently writes a regular column for In The Bite magazine. He has been interviewed for countless articles on fishing related subjects by all the major fishing publications.

Tony has worked for most of the top sport fishing operations in the world and has learned his craft from some of the most famous captains in history. This list includes legendary Captains Skip Smith, Eddie Herbert, Rick Defeo, Dan Timmons and Australian Laurie Wright. Most recently, Tony and Saltwater Professional Consulting have co-founded with the International Game Fish Association, the IGFA School of Sport Fishing.

Go to the IGFA School of Sportfishing, "A Very Serious Sport Fishing School for Very Serious Sport Fishermen"...

Captain Anthony DiGiulian named "Ambassador" by The Billfish Foundation. Read the story in Marlin Magazine here...

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Captain Anthony's Fishing Tips
Captain Anthony

Striking techniques are different with circle hooks...

Catching Billfish: Here’s a Circle Hook Tip

Increase your fishing success...

The Importance of Pre-rigging


More of Anthony's fishing related Tips are coming—keep checking back...
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