Okuma Fishing Tackle TCS-C-661M+ Scott Martin Concept TCS Jerk/Crank Technique Specific Casting Rods
- Scott Martin designed rods for tournament concept fishing
- All rods have been designed for specific tournament applications
- 30-Ton carbon, ultra sensitive blank construction
- Customized C-40X carbon reel seats on casting and spinning
- Hard aluminum oxide guide inserts for use with braided line
Pen Fishing Rod,Tuscom Portable Mini Telescopic Pocket Fish Pen Aluminum Alloy Fishing Rod Pole + Reel (Silver)
- ❄❄ Material:Plastic, Aluminium alloy
- ❄ Fishing anytime, anywhere with this small fishing rod !
- ❄ Closed size: 20.5cm x 1.5cm/8'' x 0.59''
- ❄ ❄ Mini Fishing Reel:5cm x 3cm/1.95'' x 1.17''
- ❄Satisfaction guaranteed - here, If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, let us know. We will actively solve your problem. - TODAY! Backed by our LIFETIME GUARANTEE.
❄ Gear ratio: 2.1:1
❄ Line capacity (mm/m): 0.18/60(mm/m), 0.20/55(mm/m), 0.25/40(mm/m), 0.3/30(mm/m)
❄ Material:Plastic, Aluminium alloy
❄ Pen Fishing Rod size:
❄ Closed size: 20.5cm x 1.5cm/8'' x 0.59''(approx)
❄ Extended Length:100cm/39''(approx)
❄ Mini Fishing Reel:5cm x 3cm/1.95'' x 1.17''(approx)
❄ Quantity: 1 pc
❄ Reel Installation Instructions:
❄ Open your pen rod by taking off the cap.
❄ Simply insert the reel between the two grooves on the pen (there is a moving
❄ piece which slides up and down)
❄ Twist the screw down to tighten the reel onto the rod.
❄ No retail package.
❄ Please allow 1-3mm error due to manual measurement. pls make sure you do not mind before you bid.
❄ Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. Thank you!
❄ Package Includes:
❄ 1 x Pen Fishing Rod
❄ 1 x Fishing Reel
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If you’re just beginning your journey as a bass fisherman, you probably don’t yet know much about the different types of equipment that are available today. If you’re unsure about what you’re doing, choosing the right lures, bait, rods, and reels can be very confusing! Some of the most common questions new bass fishermen have are about the different varieties of reels and their advantages and disadvantages.
There are three different types of reels that you can choose from with just a little bit of basic information on each one, deciding on which reel to use should be simple.
For example, one of the easiest reels to use is the spincast reel a closed-off spinning reel with a push release. This makes it very simple to perform most casts smoothly and with minimal expertise or effort.
The ease and comfort with which you can fish makes this reel an important tool for those new to bass fishing and experienced fishermen alike. Of course, it’s important to remember when you look at buying a spincast reel that the cheaper ones don’t always function as well as they should, so don’t be afraid to spend a few dollars on your purchase to ensure the best deal.
Many new fishermen don’t realize that the open-faced reel also called the spinning reel is a great choice for casting into wind. However, this type of reel can have problems with the lines getting caught and tangled. If you do happen to come across a tangled line in a spinning reel, the best option is to just replace it and start over. Don’t worry if this happens to you it’s a common problem for most fishermen. To reduce this risk, try soaking your entire spool of line in water for at least ten to twelve hours before you go out fishing. Also, although spinning reels can handle any size line, they should be used with lighter weight lures and line.
If you’re thinking about using a baitcasting reel for bass fishing, it’s important to know that they work best for heavy lines testing ten pounds or more. While they can provide you with better control when casting your lure, they can also have problems in the wind that can cause them to tangle up, similar to the spinning reel. To prevent this from happening, read the directions that came with the reel to find out how to properly set each lure with the right amount of tension. Nothing puts a damper on a great day of fishing like tangled lures and lines!
In order to get the most out of your bass fishing experience, it’s important to fully understand all of the equipment you’re going to use. If you’re ever unsure about something, don’t be afraid to ask another fisherman for advice or to consult a representative at your local bass fishing supply store. For the most part, you’ll find that bass fishing is a community that’s happy to help out newcomers.
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Mastering Crankbaits, Minnows And Other Fishing Plugs. 100+ Lure Fishing Tips (Vinall's Lure Fishing)Crankbaits, minnows and plugs are among the most versatile and successful styles of fishing lure - yet most of us use them to 10% of their potential at best!
That's a lot of missed fish, but it's also a fantastic opportunity for immediate improvements in catch rates simply by understanding these lures better and using them effectively! With the help of this eBook you can start doing that today!
Part of the reason that so few fisherfolk use this style of lure effectively is that the range of lures (which all work differently and require different techniques) is bewildering! And, crankbaits are still evolving quite rapidly, with lure companies constantly bringing new ideas to a hungry market.
The evolution of crankbaits has resulted in numerous specialisations, such as square bills, lipless, deep divers, broke-backs and jerkbaits, to name just a few. We now have crankbaits that will catch fish under almost any circumstances. But how many people know how to use them all?
It's a massive confusion! What crankbait do I use and when? What color? How do I fish it?
This eBook answer those questions by methodically discussing each crankbait style and providing simple, easy to follow tips for using them. It provides examples of suitable lures for each of the techniques described, saving you time and money buying the wrong crankbaits for your fishing needs.
It provides dozens of facts, tips and techniques that will help you catch fish whether you fish from boat or bank, cast or troll in fresh or saltwater, for all types of fish.
The bait styles covered include floating, sinking and suspending, lipless, jointed, square bill, shallow, medium and deep diving.
I trust that this eBook will allow you to go forward armed with a better understanding of crankbaits and with renewed confidence for using them.
As we all know you will always catch more when you fish with confidence!
Just as with any other sport, the equipment you use when fly fishing can be very important. There are various types of equipment that you need when you undertake fly fishing, and be prepared because some of it can get quite expensive!
Of course, you will need a rod and reel. What type of rod you choose depends on the type of fish you will be angling for. Fly rods are ranked according to their net weight capabilities (nwt). The nwt number will tell you what type of fish you will be able to catch. Fish that weigh 8 pounds will require at least an 8 nwt rod, etc. The larger the nwt number, the larger fish you can catch.
Some rods are multi-rated (e.g. 7-9 nwt). These rods are good to use because they can accommodate a variety of fish, but multi-rated rods tend to be less flexible than single rated rods.
Rods are made of fiberglass, graphite, or bamboo. Fiberglass rods are durable and less expensive. Fiberglass rods are best for beginning fly fishermen because they can be used in a variety of situations. Graphite rods are lighter and will give you more fighting weight when it comes to landing a fish. Bamboo rods can be expensive, but they are extremely strong and are suited to a more laid-back casting style.
Your fly line will need to match the nwt of your rod. If you have an 8 nwt rod, you will need to use an 8 nwt line. It is acceptable to go one or two sizes above or below your rod weight (i.e. 9 nwt or 7 nwt). Buy line that is strong and durable. Some lines are specially designed for freshwater, saltwater, etc.
You will also need to have a durable net that you can carry with you. After the fish has lost its will to fight, a good net is used to scoop them out of the water. This can be a big part of your fly fishing equipment because without a good net, you will not be able to get your fish out of the water!
Having the right fly fishing equipment is important for both the beginner as well as the experienced angler. As you get better and better at the sport, you will begin to see how important having good equipment can be. You can always upgrade, so it is good to start out small and work your way up to the more expensive stuff. Your fly fishing equipment can make a world of difference between landing that big fish or catching an ordinary one.
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Jeff and Harry Murray have produced this four part fly fishing educational video series to help you understand the different fly rod actions and how to choose which one will work best for your type of fishing. These four videos cover several different fly line sizes which are most popular in the freshwater fly fishing and light saltwater fly fishing. Our goal is for you to be able to select the fly rod action which best suits your needs while fly fishing your favorite waters.
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