If ultralight fishing is your thing, then summertime is your best chance to catch the bigger aggressive fish in the pond. Summertime temperatures are increasing outside, and in the waters that you fish, and most people think they the bass are getting lethargic, and will only chase large 12″ roboworms, this time of year.
So what exactly are telescoping ultralight fishing rods/combos? We’ll get there one step at a time, let’s just start with the rod first. This rod is usually made up of 4-6 pieces, and they are tapered from end to end before the rod is assembled. This allows the rod to collapse into itself, when you push on the end of it.
During the hot summer days, most people would rather wait until the sun set, than to go ultralight bass fishing. Once the sun goes down however, there are a few factors that come into play, when it comes to using ultralight gear. This isn’t saying that you can’t catch fish at night with ultralight tackle, however, you just need to employ the correct techniques.
You finally got your small box of ultralight fishing lures, and you’re ready to go fishing! But wait, hold on! You have to learn how to work the lure before you jump in and expect to catch fish! I will teach you though, in this article, I will explain to you a few different ways to work your lure the next time you’re out on the water.