Whether you’re after the mighty Chinook, the prized Sockeye, or the wily Atlantic salmon, you’ll need the right gear to increase your chances of success. Salmon aren’t the easiest fish to catch, which is why investing in one of the best salmon rods makes sense. [Read more…] about Best Salmon (& Steelhead) Rods: Trolling, Spinning, Casting, and More
Catching tuna is no joke. Tuna are strong, fast, put up one hell of a fight, and have the strength to snap inferior or mismatched rods into pieces. You’ll need a rod that’s flexible, durable, and strong enough to muscle a pissed off Yellowfin up from the depths. [Read more…] about Best Tuna Rods in 2019
(Popping, Jigging, Trolling & Casting)
I still remember getting my first fishing rod at the age of 6. A little Zebco spincast rod and reel combo. While it wasn’t the most sophisticated piece of fishing gear around, I still fondly remember taking it to the lake with friends to catch rainbow trout and smallmouth bass. [Read more…] about Best Fishing Rods and Poles for Kids (2019)
If you’ve ever neglected to lubricate a fishing reel until you could literally feel the internal gears grinding – then you’ll know how important proper reel maintenance is. Forgetting to perform proper maintenance can lead to seized reels, corrosion, and a shorter lifespan for your precious reels.
Regularly applying fishing reel grease and oil will go a long way to extend the life of your fishing gear. [Read more…] about Best Fishing Reel Oil & Grease:
Extend the Life of Your Reels!
Planning a crab boil for your friends and family? Maybe you’re a recreational crabber wondering how many crabs you’re allowed to keep? Either way, one of the most commonly asked questions by both crab fishermen and enthusiasts is “how many crabs are in a bushel”? [Read more…] about How Many Crabs Are in a Bushel?
Crab Measurements Explained
Much like the French, bass love a mouthful of fresh frog! In fact, frogs and other amphibians make up a large proportion of both largemouth and smallmouth bass’s diet in many bodies of water. Because of this, soft plastic frog lures may be the most exhilarating way to fish for bass and pike.