Larry’s View

Larry’s view on any and everything.

Bass fishing tackle

One of the basic tenets of bass fishing is to choose the appropriate tackle for your intended target fish. Whatever its specie is, one type of tackle will always be the one more appropriate for it. You might as well consider the weight of the fish that you are about to bait. Obviously, the bigger the fish, the bigger the fishing line you should be able to use. There are also several ways to get your bait into the target area as you go along the water by letting it float with the use of either spinning or plug casting tackles.

You can try to use a variety of fly lines and see what comes as the best type to use in your local area. The most commonly considered types are the double taper, weight-forward fly, level taper and the shooting taper. You can get acquainted with this specific kind of fly type and master it during your lifetime, especially if you are fishing in the same body of water.

If you want to consider the type o fishing rod most appropriate for the fishing conditions you are in, then go for fast-action type of rods to accommodate rough waters and windy conditions. Inversely, you should go for the slow-action type of fishing rod is you are in enclosed spaces and little room to maneuver. The medium type of action rod should be the best for beginners since it’s the only one that offers convenience on both types of fishing conditions. The only drawback to this is the lesser capacity it will compare to the added advantage of the fast and slow action types.

For beginners, you might not be that picky when it comes to the bait types and the colors and shapes but if you want to turn pro, you have to take in the specie and the river conditions in great detail. Usually for the professional, they will always prefer the artificial types of lures and tackles. This is because they conveniently provide buoyant capabilities on any type of water conditions. Plus they get to pick the patterns displayed on its surface. They can mimic any type of prey whether it is summer season or winter season. In short, they are capable for all range and conditions you might have in mind.
Lastly, the size of the rod itself is considered based on the body build of its owner. There are light weight and heavy weights you can choose from as appropriate for your prey and your own arm muscles.

September 28, 2008 - Posted by | Blogroll, Fishing

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: