Published at Thursday, March 14th, 2019 - 21:50:38 PM. Fishing Equipment. By Hannah Sexton.
Consider this: its a bright sunny day with very little wind in mid afternoon, therefore youre focusing your efforts in somewhat deeper water where the bass will be to get away from the heat and brightness of the sun. Youre trolling a crankbait on a spincast rod and reel with moderate success when the weather suddenly changes. It turns cloudy, the wind picks up and all of the sudden youre not getting any strikes. Instead of spending 15 minutes setting up a Carolina rig to fish the shallows with, you just grab your baitcaster with the rig already set up and go. Say your Carolina rig isnt getting results and you want to try a top water popper, you can just take that crankbait off your spinning rod and throw on the popper. That way you wont create another 10 minute job for yourself next time you want to use the jig rig. Its still there, all set up for whenever you want to use it again.
When it comes to bass fishing, or any other type of fishing for that matter, there is no shortage of products people will try to market to you. They have every color of lure and jig imaginable, spinning reels, baitcasting reels, rods of all different lengths and materials and the list goes on. The aim of a bass angler is to have the right bass fishing equipment for the job. The trouble is that the job is constantly changing. Anglers have to walk the fine line between being equipped for everything and not breaking the bank to do it. This article will provide some useful insight on what kind of bass fishing gear equipment is right for you so you can be prepared for as much as possible with your particular budget.
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