Monofilament line is a great choice for beginners or those that fish seldom. All lines have a lifespan. After a period of time, it becomes weak or has other problems. Beginners will damage the line by mistake. So the beginner will have to change the line often. While others fish so little it goes bad….
A checklist for the tackle box helps you have everything needed when fishing. Look at having a list as inventory control. An angler can know what they have and need by looking at the list. How many times have you gone fishing to find out something is missing or low? Also, are all the tools…
Maintaining fishing reels takes little time. It will increase performance and how long they will last. Taking care of the reel goes beyond lubing it once a year. Depending on how much you fish it may need to be lube a few times a year. They also need cleaning more often than most anglers do in a year. Shore fishing is harder on reels since the dirt on the ground finds its way into the reel. A few minutes on a regular schedule is all it takes.
Anglers overlook how to maintain fishing rods. When done fishing, anglers place the rod away and forget it until the next outing. A few minutes of cleaning and sometimes other work ensures a better performance from the rod. This will lead to fewer problems and have the rod last longer also.
Choosing a fishing rod length needs to be thought through. A long rod casts farther and shorter rods offer accuracy. The type of fishing affects the rod length also. Fishing on streams uses shorter rods. While surfcasting a longer length is critical. An angler’s choice in lures has an effect on the length. Then action and power work with the length also. There are many factors in choosing a rod length.