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How You Can Travel with Your Fishing Gear

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Are you looking for the next destination where you are going to fish? There are a lot of people who just fish nearby but what if you would fish in a completely different place? Do you want to know the type of fish that you will get for every destination that you will choose to visit?

Even if you would like to know the different fishing locations that you can visit. It is still best if you would have the right portable fish finder. This will help you figure out the right fish that you can get. There is a place wherein you can fish for salmon. There are also places wherein you can fish for trout. The possibilities are endless as long as you know the different places that you should visit.

You may want to get your fishing gear ready as you learn more about the best fishing spots that you can find in this world.

  1. Lake Alan Henry

If you would like to find the best Bass that you can find, this is the best place that you can visit. This lake is found in Texas. A lot of anglers would like to keep this fishing spot a secret but things that are good will not be kept a secret for a long time. You can surely find huge Bass here.

  1. Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge

There are a lot of people who go here in order to get waterfowl but actually, you can go to this place in Kansas in order to get Crappie. Take note that there is a limit to the amount of Crappie that you can take every day. Each person can take about 50 every day.

  1. Umba River

Do you want to get a lot of salmon? If you answer yes, then this is the best spot for you to visit. Remember that it will take time before you can reach this destination in Russia. In fact, you may see some bears while you are on your way to the river. Do not worry though as long as you are adventurous, all the things you will go through are worth it.

  1. Fontenelle Creek

Do you want to look for cutthroat trout? If you answer yes, then this is the best place for you to visit. This is usually appealing to a lot of people not only because of the trout but also because it is a good fishing spot. You will have grand time fishing in this spot for sure. Go to this spot in Wyoming to help you satisfy your craving to fish.

  1. Pi-as Bay

Do you want to get the best Tuna available? If you answer yes, then this is the best place for you to visit. You can go to Panama. You will have a grand time checking out the view while enjoying the tuna that you can get.

There are a lot of fishing spots in this world that are waiting to be explored. Make sure to find the one that works best and you will greatly enjoy fishing. It is one great way to travel, right?…

The Best Bass Fishing Techniques

Fishing is not only a hobby for many people, but it is also one of the biggest sources of healthy meats. Fish meat is white and high in protein, making it one of the preferred meats in most countries, although in some places, it could be costly. In this article, we would like to discuss fishing, mainly focusing on the best bass fishing techniques. This way, the next time that you’re out fishing for bass, you’ll have an idea of how to succeed better.

Pitching

Pitching and flipping are two techniques that can be used to catch those elusive bass, although pitching is the easier one, although not as precise as flipping. The line that you let out should be even with the reel, and the reel should be kept open. It involves swinging the reel away from yourself, towards the target, and the reel should be closed as soon as you pitch because bass are very fast.

Flipping

Flipping is a little harder than pitching, but with practice, it becomes a walk in the park. One can let out at least 8 to 15 feet of line, close the reel, and then with a pendulum motion, swing the bait to the location where the bass is.

Topwater

Topwater refers to top water bait, whereby the fish comes for the fish at the top as you watch and prepare for the strike. This usually targets hungry fish, and it attracts with noise and dramatic movements. The baits include poppers, jitterbugs and frogs.

There are other fishing techniques such as crankbait and drop shotting, but we will look at those another day.

Everything You Should Know About Purchasing a Fishing Reel

In order for you to fish, you’re going to need a fishing reel, and that is what brings us to our next topic. This is a guide to fishing reels that will help you out when you go shopping for one. There are a number of types of reels that we will mention, and also explain how to spool a spinning reel.

Types of Fishing Reels

  • Spinning Reel (fixed spool reel)
  • Spincasting Reel
  • Baitcasting Reels
  • The Fly Reel
  • Centerpin Reel
  • Underspin Reel
  • Anti-Reverse Reel

How to Spool a Spinning Reel

When spooling a spinning reel, the size of the line should be proportional to the size of the reel. Spinning reels are different from bait casting reels because spinning reels have lighter lines. Look at some of the tips of spooling spinning reels below:

  • Watch how the reel bail turns.
  • Turn the handle as if you were reeling in a fish.
  • Watch how the line is wound around your filler spool.
  • Tie the end of your reel spool using arbor knot or an uni-knot.
  • Start reeling the line to your spool, adding the new line to the reel. Passing the line between the fingers can increase the tension.
  • Monitor the line for twisting after a few rotations.
  • Continue filling the spool within 1/8 of an inch from the rim. The reel could come with a mark on the spool showing when it fills to the right level.
  • Under-filling the reel will mean shorter casts, while over-filling could absorb water to slip past the flange and cause backlash when casting. Cut the line off the filler spool when filled.

Summary

I guess that you’re now looking forward to your next bass fishing trip. Armed with the tips mentioned above and the right reel, you’re sure to find some luck with a little experience.…

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