Fishing From The Shore

You don’t always need a fancy boat to go out fishing. Fishing from shore can be tons of fun and very lucrative!¬†Follow along as I take you on a journey through my own personal fishing from shore experiences. Some things work and some things dont, regardless it’s a great hobby to get you out of the house and enjoying mother nature and the great outdoors! Continue reading

Fishing Reels

There isn’t just one kind of fishing reel. There are actually quite a few different types of fishing reels that tend to cater to specific situations. Take for example the closed-faced, spin-cast reels that lets line out with the simple click of a push-button. A spin-cast reel is ideal for novice fisherman who are just starting out, mainly because that type of reel is extremely easy to use and will cause less of a hassle for those that lack experience.

Other common types of fishing reels include spinning reels (commonly referred to as open-faced reels), fly-fishing reels and bait-cast reels. Those three types of reels cater more to the seasoned fisherman who has had more experience with the different aspects of fishing. Spinning reels are probably the next step up from a spin-cast reel and then bait-cast would probably be considered the most learning-intensive reel.

Most fisherman tend to choose their reels based on different factors, such as the type of fish they are after, the types of lures or bait they will be using and other factors. A good fishing reel coupled with a good fishing rod and the right bait can make for a great day of fishing.

Fishing Tackle

Since each particular type of fish has its own diet, and its own unique characteristics, it is important to understand that without the right fishing tackle you will be left high and dry. If you are trying to catch a mess of crappie, which is a small to medium-sized pan-fish, you definitely do not want to go after them with a huge hook or a massive lure. Matching your fishing tackle up with the whichever species of fish you are trying to catch, could mean the difference between coming home with a nice haul of fish or coming home with nothing at all.

Fishing tackle is basically anything that you use in conjunction with a fishing rod and reel. This could mean different sizes and test of fishing line or a nice selection of long and short-billed crank baits. When most people think of fishing tackle, they think mainly of the items used to directly catch the fish such as jig hooks, weights, bobbers and probably most common, fishing lures. When it comes to fishing lures, there are tons and tons of different types of lures available from spinner baits of every shape, size and color to soft bait lure with various different types of tails. One trip down the fishing aisle at a local outdoor shop will prove that there are a broad spectrum of different lures geared to catch all sorts of different fish.

Fishing Tackle: Choosing the Right Tool for the Trade.Fishing, just like baseball is probably one of the most beloved pastimes of not only the United States, but the world. For many years, mankind has depended on fishing as a way to get food, but now that we do not have to catch our own food, fishing is done purely for pleasure and revenue. There are literally thousands of different fish that swim both in freshwater environments and saltwater environments (sometimes both), each species having a different food source on the menu. One type of fish may prefer to eat natural bait that may fall into the water such as worms and flying insects while other fish may tend to be carnivorous by feasting upon other fish.

Since each particular type of fish has its own diet, and its own unique characteristics, it is important to understand that without the right fishing tackle you will be left high and dry. If you are trying to catch a mess of crappie, which is a small to medium-sized pan-fish, you definitely do not want to go after them with a huge hook or a massive lure. Matching your fishing tackle up with the whichever species of fish you are trying to catch, could mean the difference between coming home with a nice haul of fish or coming home with nothing at all.

Fishing tackle is basically anything that you use in conjunction with a fishing rod and reel. This could mean different sizes and test of fishing line or a nice selection of long and short-billed crank baits. When most people think of fishing tackle, they think mainly of the items used to directly catch the fish such as hooks, weights, floats and probably most common, fishing lures. When it comes to fishing lures, there are tons and tons of different types of lures available from spinner baits of every shape, size and color to artificial worms with various different types of tails. One trip down the fishing aisle at a local outdoor shop will prove that there are a broad spectrum of different lures geared to catch all sorts of different fish.