Your fishing line is one of the most important things you can have between you and that trophy fish trying to get free from your hook. We have put together a fishing line guide that will help you understand what kind of fishing line you can purchase, why all line is not the same, and why matching the right line to your gear is important. Fishing Line Guide to Monofilament fishing line Monofilament fishing line has been around since the late 1930’s when DuPont company invented nylon. Monofiliament fishing line is made from a single fiber of plastic. Mono...Read More
Author: Anthony Arcodia
If you are new to fishing and have looked at buying a new reel you are probably feeling a little overwhelmed. That’s normal with all the choices you have today it could leave you somewhat confused on how to choose a fishing reel. In this guide we are going to talk about how to choose a fishing reel for the first time buyer and explain the most common parts of a fishing reel on spincasting, spinning, and baitcasting reels. Let’s look at the three most common types of reels that you would use in fresh and light saltwater fishing....Read More
It was Thursday night when I called an old friend of mine and told him conditions looked ideal the next morning to chase snook on the beach and before I could finish my sentence he shouts “catching beach snook is my obsession, I’m in.” We meet the next morning at a Dunkin Donuts, had some coffee and made our way to a South Florida snook spot we have fished for years each summer. The conditions were stellar and within the first 5 minutes of getting there we both were hooked up to slot snook peeling off our 8lb test...Read More
Lake St. Clair is one of the most sought-after lakes to fish for smallmouth and largemouth bass anywhere in the United States. See what makes it so special. This lake is geographically located in the downtown area of Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario. The lake itself is not that deep with an average depth of about 11 feet with the deepest natural part of the lake being about 22 feet. Lake St. Clair has a surface area of 430 square miles and has some extraordinary smallmouth and largemouth bass fishing. Lake St. Clair is sandwiched between Lake Huron to...Read More
How to choose a fishing rod can be a confusing task and one that comes with a ton of questions. Especially for those who are new to fishing. This guide should answer some of your questions and give you a basic understanding of the mechanics of how to choose a fishing rod that best fits your needs. What is a fishing rod Fishing rod: A long cylinder shaped rod that is typically made from graphite components like carbon fiber. Fiberglass rods are still used today. You can even find rods made of bamboo. These rods are outfitted with guides...Read More
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