Shimano, Daiwa, Bass pro shops, the rod manufactures are endless. So how do you pick the right rod for you, the consumer? Here is the biggest key to rod buying, “Get something that is comfortable for you, the individual“. Just because Kevin Van Dam uses a certain manufacture’s rods doesn’t mean that those rods will work for you. It basically comes down to experimentation and finding out what’s comfortable in your hands.
We’ve come up with a basic guide that will help you choose the right fishing line for the job. Trying to make sense out of all the different types of fishing lines can be a bit overwhelming. We've made it easy for you to understand and we've even given our recomendation for each type of line that we've throughly tested and are confident you'll be happy with.
Basic settings for performance - Humminbird 1198 - 1197 - 998 - 997SI and 797SI
First the Side Imaging does not even compare to the 2D versions of the Lowrance units or even any other units. On the 997SI and the 797 SI units, there are few things you need to look at. With SI units we are looking to the side and these settings are totally different, but here is what we are going to look at on these units.
Do you know the basics of worm fishing? Well you should... Arguably one of the most productive baits on the planet is the plastic worm. Whether you fish it on a Texas Rig, Carolina Rig, Drop Shot, Florida Rig or on a Split Shot Rig you can almost always catch bass on a plastic worm.