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Fishing Rods

Don't miss out on our best articles on fishing world and everything connected to it.

Fishing Rods

Don't miss out on our best articles on fishing world and everything connected to it.

The Top 10 Tips to Keep Your Saltwater Pole in Top Shape

Saltwater fishing poles are incredibly rugged pieces of equipment. That said, they are not indestructible. Care should always be taken with fishing equipment, ensuring your gear's longest possible life span. A few extra minutes before, during, and after a fishing trip with these top 10 tips will keep your saltwater pole in top shape for many seasons to come. Tip 1: Clean your saltwater fishing pole thoroughly after each use. After fishing, make sure to rinse your saltwater fishing pole with fresh, clean water. This will help to remove any saltwater residue that may have built up during your fishing...


Tips for Successful Bank Fishing

Growing up in Long Island, NY, bank fishing was the way to go. I can remember hopping on my bicycle with my fishing pole and tackle in a small backpack, then off to my favorite lake or stream. Bank fishing, in case you were wondering encompasses any style of fishing where you are standing on the edge of the water, with no boat, or waders/hip boots. Bank fishing can be challenging as access at times can involve getting through brush, downed trees and small entry streams into the lake or saltwater cove/canal. One of the best parts about bank fishing...


Choose a Baitcasting Rod for Bass Fishing

Selecting the perfect fishing rod can often be a tough decision for many anglers, no matter if you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran. There are many different options out on the market today, with different sizes, features, and styles to choose from. This is why finding the perfect baitcasting rod can be so difficult. Let’s go over how to more easily choose the best baitcasting rod for all of your bass fishing needs! What Are Baitcasting Rods It is first important to understand what a baitcasting rod is. After all, don’t all fishing rods technically cast out your...


Blade Baits for Cold Water Walleye Fishing

For many people when they think of the cold months of late fall and a long winter they cannot help but think of deer hunting, ice fishing and a bad case of cabin fever. However, there is still good reason not to hang up the fishing rod and reel for the year. The highly sought after walleye bite can be pursued all throughout Fall and Winter. Although, many anglers when targeting cold water walleyes, they think of a slow, methodical jigging method that may or may not involve drowning minnows in the deepest hole of a river, lake or reservoir....