If you’re like me, you probably subscribe to several fishing magazines and read a lot of good articles. You could save all of the magazines for future reference, but that takes a lot of space. Instead, get a plastic filing box and some hanging folders, label them with general bass angling headings such as “Boat Docks”, “Smallmouth”, “Topwater”, etc.., and file your articles as you finish them. This will provide you with a literal library of bass fishing knowledge, and takes up very little space. Then when you anticipate a facing a certain condition or employing a specific technique, you can consult your file on that particular subject to gain helpful insight.
Rod, reel and line are one package. They work as a team. Purchasing a “magic” line may throw off your teamwork. Switching any team member affects the entire team’s performance. Once you have the team that works for you- stick with it.
When tournament fishing or just fishing for fun time can play a big part of your day. Go to your nearest dollar store and purchase a stick on clock. These are small enough to put anywhere and they usually last a few years for a dollar. I have one under my dash and one inside Read More…