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Fly Fishing Equipment: The Basic Choices in Reels

This article discusses the basics of choosing a fly fishing reel which is right for what you intended to do. Fly fishing reels do two things. They store fly line, and they provide drag against a fish as it fights once landed. Most are made from aluminum. Be sure to check the quality of the reel - some cast ... fishing conditions, this is probably immaterial. But on truly smaller pan fish species, smaller or more wary trout, the Spring and Pawl reel is probably the way to go.

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Fishing Rods

Fishing rods are a classic tool for catching fish, dating back at least to ancient Egypt, and possibly even further back than that. They can be easily made from all sorts of different things, ranging from plants like bamboo to modern man-made materials. While fishing rods were once essential for catching food, ... modern fishing. Eager to make the sport more challenging, many fishers have turned to fly fishing or ultra-thin rods to make competitions a little more difficult.

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Fishing Boat Docks

When I was young, a way long time ago, there was this old man who fished Buckeye Lake in Ohio and caught more bass than anyone I knew at the time. He was fishing boat docks. His lures were all beat up, most of them missing paint and some were even bare wood from hitting them on the docks so many times. Boat ... they have a lure called a _coffin bill lure that is ideal for fishing docks. Docks are one of my most favorite places to fish and apparently the bass like them too.

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Are You Losing Fish Because Your Hook Isn't Sharp?

Are You Losing Fish Because Your Hook Isn't Sharp? One of the things many fishermen neglect is hook care. Have you ever lost a big fish that was on and wondered why? Maybe, your hook wasn't sharp. If you fish brushpiles, gravel beds, rockpiles, log jams, bridge pilings, timber and boat docks you need to check your hooks ... to test it's sharpness. Sharp hooks can make your fishing trip a success or failure. The big one doesn't have to get away when you have a sharp hook.

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