Published at Thursday, March 14th, 2019 - 21:19:53 PM. Fishing Equipment. By Susan Ross.
Get organized. Be sure your tackle box is big enough to hold all your gear. Store unused fishing rods, fishing reels and other items in the same place, so you know exactly what you have. Its also a good idea to have plenty of spares on hand -- rigs, hooks, weights, leader and line.
Manage your bait. Always use the freshest bait possible. If local fishing shops dont carry good bait, you may have to dig it up yourself. One of the best tactics is to store both fresh and frozen bait at home, so its ready at a moments notice. On site, be sure to use a cooler to keep your bait fresh and hence more appealing to the fish.
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