When targeting those South Florida sails, fishermen fall into one of two distinct camps: You’re either a live-baiter or a dead-bait troller. An unofficial geographic-demarcation line separates the two camps. North of the Palm Beach/Martin county line, most captains pull dredges and troll naked ballyhoo, and those south of the line use live bait. That line blurs from time to time, but it holds true in most instances. The distinction is due to custom and preference only, not any sort of law.