Spring is we can say the ideal season for catching bass but not the only one. It all depends on when the water temperature reaches the necessary values so that it can offer the conditions needed for breeding and spawning. In countries from the Northern
The length of a fishing rod typically ranges from 6 to 12 feet. The length of your rod largely depends on the type of fishing you plan to do the species you′re after and your fishing environment. Also consider your own angling experience and strength
Now that you know what hours of the day are the most indicated for bass fishing it is the right time to get acquainted with the type of equipment seasoned anglers use when they go fishing for bass. This advice will help you catch more
A good idea would be to start with a good kit. Depending on what type of lures you intend to use your choices for rod and reel as well as line will be influenced. A medium size rod with medium action reel and 10-pound monofilament
Action determines how much control you have over the fish. The faster the action the more pressure you can put on the fish. The power is your rod weight so deciding the type of fish you want to catch will determine the power you need
Competitiveness and patience are the keys to a successful fishing outing. But a good rod goes a long way too. Learn about the components and materials for your fishing rod and find one that′s right for your next trip.
Power: Rods may be classified as ultra-light light medium-light medium medium-heavy heavy ultra-heavy or other similar combinations. Ultra-light rods are suitable for catching small bait fish and also pan fish or situations where rod responsiveness is critical. Ultra-Heavy rods are used in deep sea fishing
Fiberglass Rods:Typically geared towards beginners. These rods require little maintenance and are of an average weight and solid rod strength. If you are fishing for larger fish such as muskie walleye or pike where you need a heavy durable rod for retrieving the fighting fish
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