Fishing reels have two classifications: the fixed spool reels and the conventional reels. Fixed spool reels are immobile. Conventional reels, on the other hand, feature spools that revolve and are commonly used in saltwater fishing. These are further divided into three varieties: spinning, spincasting and baitcasting. Baitcasting ReelsThis is a small and conventional type. It […]
A Fly reel is an official part of the fly fishing experience. A fly fishing reel is the device used for the deployment and retrieval of a fishing line using a spool mounted on an axle. With the right fishing reel you can have the best fly fishing experience. Fly fishing reels come in many […]
There are quite a few different fly fishing reels on the market these days, but to ensure that you make the right buying decision, there are a couple of things that you have to think about. Not all reels are made the same, and a lot of beginning fly anglers have problems when they head […]
It has happened to every ultralight fishing angler at one point in time or another. You've finally gotten the trophy fish on the end of your hook, then whammo, busted off. This happens a lot, especially when the fishing is good. You can avoid breaking off more fish by knowing what causes ultralight line to give way so easily.
Now that we have discussed a few Must Have Baits For Ultralight Fishing, how about a discussion on the line types used to hold those things to your reel. The general rule on line type, is you get what you pay for. If you spend $4 on some fishing line, expect it to break … at the worse possible time.
here are essentially two types of ultralight fishing reels that are used most of the time, with there being a few exceptions to this rule. For the most part though, ultralight anglers tend to use either a spinning reel, or a spincast reel for their fishing needs, and find that both of these types of reels function incredibly well with the thin lines that we are known to use.