Published at Tuesday, November 07th 2017. by Kristina Ruf in Fishing Rod.
Trigger stick:A longer trigger stick is for two-handed longer casts. Reel Seat:Reel seats are the attachment point where the pole and reel connect made of molded plastic or graphite and responsible for securing the reel and eliminating any “play” or “wobble” while casting or reeling in a fish. Common reel seats consist of a collar that is tightened by screwing around the reel. Ferrules : This is the portion of the rod that screws together the only part of the rod that requires assembly.
Late spring and early summer are preferred for bass to spawn. The water may have a temperature of about 55-65 degrees Fahrenheit which is ideal for the new fish to spawn and thrive. Bass knows such aspects very well and that is why this time of the year is preferred to others by many anglers.
Another factor that you should give some thought to is that purchasing a rod and reel requires quite a bit of research beforehand. You need to decide on the power and action of the pole the right length for the species you are trying to catch and you have to make sure that you match the rod with the reel in terms of these details and the gear ratio of the latter.
When do you like to go fishing best? Some people prefer summertime when the weather is sweet and everyone embarks on trips and adventures while others like spring when nature is starting to become lively again. If you are among those people who prefer fishing for bass you may be wondering when the bass fishing times of year are. Everything about this topic will be addressed in this particular article.
The warm waters entice the fish to leave behind the places where they hid during the winter. The fish will begin the spawn time frenzy by starting to look for areas where they can lay their eggs and nurture their young. Shallow waters are ideal from this point of view. Because the bass swims closer to the surface you will find this species an easier catch.
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