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Fishing Gear Guides

Fishing Gear Guides

Fishing Glossary

Fishing Glossary – Anglers Gear Knowledge Base

If you are just starting out fishing, or want to learn more about the sport, you may find yourself confused about some of the terminology. This fishing glossary will help clear up any confusion and provide you with a base knowledge of anglers’ gear.

From baits to rods and reels, we’ll cover it all! So, whether you’re gearing up for your first fishing trip or just want to be a more informed angler, read on.

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Fishing Line: How to Choose the Right One for Your Needs

There are many fishing lines on the market these days, and it can be tough to decide which one is right for you.

How do you know which one will work best for your needs with all of the different brands, weights, and materials available?

In this blog article, we’ll go through the types of fishing lines and assist you in determining which one is ideal for your next fishing excursion!

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The Circle Hooks Comprehensive Guide

The circle hook is somewhat of a misnomer because the hook is not a circle as expected. Instead, it is when the point and barb of a hook turn back and are perpendicular to the shank while parallel to the bend.

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Bass Hooks Guide

When it comes to fishing gear, having the right hooks can make the difference between a fish landed and a fish lost. Far too many anglers do not know the importance of having quality hooks tied to the end of a line or attached to a lure, and far too many anglers pay the price.There are some as far south as Key West, Fla., using circle hooks for everything from bridling for big offshore to bottom fishing on the flats for the occasional shark.

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The Ultimate Guide to Treble Hooks

When it comes to fishing gear, having the right hooks can make the difference between a fish landed and a fish lost. Far too many anglers do not know the importance of having quality hooks tied to the end of a line or attached to a lure, and far too many anglers pay the price.There are some as far south as Key West, Fla., using circle hooks for everything from bridling for big offshore to bottom fishing on the flats for the occasional shark.

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