Published at Sunday, March 17th, 2019 - 01:26:12 AM. Fishing Equipment. By Carmella Brennan.
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.
Fishing Reels There are four major types of fishing reels: fly cast, bait cast, spin cast and spinning. Spinning reels are the most popular and are easy to use. Spin casting reels are hybrids of spinning reels and bait casting reels and have a cover that helps keep the line from tangling. The line pays out through a hole in the cover. Both spinning and spin casting reels mount under the rods handle. Bait casting reels mount above the rods handle and retrieve the line onto a revolving spool. These rods work well for bigger fish, salt water fishing and offshore fishing. Fly fishing tackle reels depend on the weight of the line, not the weight of a lure and sinker, to get a lightweight lure out over the water. These reels are designed to accommodate thicker, heavier fishing line and have few mechanical parts.
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