Choosing the proper fishing line will affect the performance level of fly fishing. Without a proper line, the weightless fly would flop around due to the lack of momentum. From the rod to the fly used, all the equipment chosen must be chosen specifically. Fly fishing lines can come in as either weight-forward and double […]
Kayak Stake Out Poles are a very useful accessory for your fishing kayak. They are also termed anchor stick, stick it, push pole (with the proper handle), and dig stick. The purpose of it is to keep your kayak in the same place in shallow water. They are only good for shallow water though, as […]
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.
In our last article, Line Types Used In Ultralight Fishing, I explained to you the differences in the 4 main types of line used in ultralight fishing. For this post, I am going to describe the different aspects of ultralight braided fishing line, and how you can better utilize it the next time you go out!
Ponder on this for a minute or two. You just purchased a nice $60 ultralight fishing rod. All excited, you pay the cashier, take it to the car, put it in the backseat, and head to the house. Perfect, almost home, can’t wait to put a nice reel on it, and get on the water!
If you haven't given catching pond catfish a chance, you are seriously missing out on some fun. These guys don't chase bass lures, but they will eat stuff you have around the house, and readily!