OK everyone, it is time again. Time for you to dust off the rod and reel, clean- up the fishing lures that you forgot about this past year, and purchase a new pair of hip boots. That’s right mates, it is fishing time and season. Time to put the beer in the cooler, load up the fishing truck, hitch the fishing boat, and then escape to your perfect fishing spot.
One necessity I like to get done at the beginning of a new fishing season is pick up some completely new fishing tackle. The truth is, I have spent all winter-time browsing the web at sites like How To Catch Fish Network learning about catching more and bigger fish as well as finding the best bargains on the most recently released rod, floats, worms, as well as reels. Exactly why? Who else am going t to accuse for previous years failures? Who am I gonna accuse for the one that got away if not for that lure that I simply had to buy at the beginning of last year’s season?
As I said, I invested considerable time online this winter season searching for some of the latest and most effective equipment for our most popular sport. And whilst you cant make it more complex than depth finders, at this time there seems to be a swing back to getting back to basic fishing principles. I’ve seen a lot of advertisements for vintage lures, particularly for trout fisherman. Old bamboo rods have grown to be popular again in some regions and it seems lots more people are enjoying the sport of angling than ever in the past. A good place to check out is your local Bass Pro Shop for all the latest and greatest fishing equipment.
Then again what might make a pro fisherman I sometimes ask myself. It has got to be the fact that I have to make 2 runs to my truck just for all my gear because you never know when you are gonna need to use the narrow minnow in purple instead of in yellow, or perhaps its red, oh I dont recall. Possibly that is why the fifteen lb bass remains in the water and not on my wall.
Whatever reason it might be, it doesn’t really matter. The most important thing is for you to have a great fishing season!